By Linh Nguyễn
Recently, I have received questions about life as an international student in the States.
Therefore, I have decided to make this vlog to talk about some subjects, hopefully it will give you guys some ideas about life in the States and how to prepare for this new life. These subjects are:
1) Tips to get good grades
2) Freshman fifteen
3) Service Fee (aka tips)
4) Driving license
I hope you guys enjoy my video. If you have any comments or questions, please comment below or send me an email via email@example.com.
Linh Nguyễn is a Vietnamese student who is currently studying in the United States.
A big thank you to Capstone Vietnam for sharing this article with Study in the USA.
Read 'Things to know before studying in the States' on the Capstone Vietnam website:
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