As an undergrad, you typically have more time to work things out – career/life choices can still seem far away. But the differences in teaching and learning styles between the US and India can be a big surprise. There’s a lot about American youth culture that can only be learnt from first-hand experience; and you’ll also want to ensure you’re on par with American students when it comes to writing and presentation skills
What you need is a strategy to win through the admissions process, and a
head start with acquiring the required skills to succeed.
The UnderGrad Prep Program
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies (SCS) has partnered with Global Education Initiatives (GEI) India to offer a college preparatory program for high school students looking to apply for undergraduate studies in the U.S.
The GEI UnderGrad Prep Program is a two-week course that will improve your English and mathematics skills, help you develop better research and study capabilities, and show you how to prepare effectively for the SAT and the college admissions process. All while you live on campus at Georgetown University, thus giving you an unbeatable preview of life as an undergraduate student.
You will receive individualized score reports, a personalized academic plan, and thoughtful examination essay critiques. You will also take home tools to help you continue your test preparation efforts. In addition, a college admissions panel gives you the opportunity to interact directly with admissions officers and financial aid experts to help you refine your college application strategy.
SAT prep with personalized academic plan
College application strategy
Research and study skills
Focused attention on English and Math
A chance to live on university campus in Georgetown U dorms
At the end of the GEI UnderGrad Prep program, you will know how to:
Maximize your SAT scores
Successfully negotiate the college admissions process
Write a compelling personal essay to use for your college applications
Employ new ways to find and use information that go well beyond the library or basic internet search engines
Study more efficiently, focusing on what you need to know and employing techniques that improve your understanding and recall of important information