Frequently asked questions
For international students, when setting the timetable, they should always remember that starting the process early is the best way forward. Students will need to allow themselves sufficient time to thoroughly research the institution and/or program that will best serve their academic and professional goals. Then they must meet the application deadlines of the universities to which they apply, which may be up to ten months before the beginning of the school term.
Especially for schools with competitive admissions, the application process takes a significant amount of time and effort. Students will need to write personal statements and request recommendations from teachers or others who know them well. And if you need more professional advice, you can contact us (LTI) directly.
Yes! Based on years of observation and data, we believe higher scores always lead to better admission results. Tests like TOEFL, IETLS, and SAT can be prepared with a tutor. Please contact us if you need help improving your standardized test scores.
School curriculum varies by country, not only in language but also in practice. Many schools accepting students from other countries require the official status of your school and need to verify the authenticity of documents. This is where credential evaluators come in. Your school may require you to submit transcripts to a credential evaluator who will examine your credentials and translate the documents into your host country curriculum for review.