sir,how 2 study abroad for btech(in cs branch)aftr diploma in computer engg.(at present i m at 2nd yr nd wht preperation i must follow?)

send all suggestion for studying abroad best for me in usa on behalf of full scholarship: my qualification: 10th-75% computer engg.(2nd yr )aftr tenth(3 yrs course ,equivalent to 12th).-80% according to my estimation i'll score overall 80% in diploma nd also i'll cmplt 12th through nios .

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-31 14:40:22
    In order to pursue Undergraduate course in US, you need to have:
    12 years of education, with good academic background, preferably 60% plus in 12th.
    Relevant 12th degree from recognized education board.
    TOEFL score 80-90 plus.
    SAT score of 1700 plus.
    The universities in US have 2 admission intake in a year, namely:
    Fall (August)
    Spring (January)
    So first of all you need to decide in which admission intake you want admission, and accordingly you can start your application process at least 6-7 months in advance of you planned admission intake.
    An average tuition fee of a US university is about US$ 30,000 per-year and average living expenses are

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