In most cases, the interruption of a normal academic track is not a handicap for admission to a U.S. university.
I am currently working toward a university degree in my country. During my course of study, I have lost one year due to illness; otherwise, my academic performance is all right. In such a situation, am I eligible to apply to American universities?
Answer: In most cases, the interruption of a normal academic track is not a handicap for admission to a U.S. university, since the U.S. uses a credit system. We would therefore consider you as an eligible candidate for transfer admission to a U.S. university based on the courses that you have completed and the marks you have received.
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