Tips for Writing the The Ideal Fulbright SOP I never believed I could get Fulbright. I refused to apply until my dad almost forced me to. That’s because I hung over my academic performance during my undergrad and my recent experience of straight rejections from UK universities I had applied to. Morale was low, and […]
TEST APPROACH First of all, read the questions VERY carefully, with tranquility and focus. Like someone is telling you something important or a student of yours is asking you a question. Of course, in both cases, you need to understand the questions properly. So for both sections, read the questions VERY carefully. Sometimes you make […]
You might be in your university or just planning to take the GRE in a year or so – we suggest you warm up good for a rigorous preparation in future. This plan if for students who have 5 or more months till their GRE. It is recommended that you build a strong GRE foundation […]
More than 50% of the GRE verbal section is directly linked to vocabulary – having a good vocabulary accounts for a considerable addition of points. 10 out of 20 questions on the verbal section require a strong vocabulary. Moreover, the Reading comprehension type Questions also require the test takers to have a good vocabulary for […]
Fulbright applicants in Pakistan should know how the Fulbright application progresses into its different phases. This Concise timeline will help students understand the Fulbright Timeline well!