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  By Olushola Samuel Study Visa interview often get some applicants scared. It is nonetheless an important aspect of securing Visa for a move  into many advanced countries for study. Here you will know many things about the interview and prepare yourself accordingly. I will use US F-1 Visa as a case study. The tips and the questions can also be used to prepare for interview for other advanced countries like UK, Canada, Australia etc.  The reasons for the interview The interview is arguably the most important part of your F1 visa application. This will be the make or break of your entire process of obtaining a US student visa. The purpose behind the F1 visa interview is that the consular officer wants to know more about you as an applicant aside of what the documents say about you and understand if you wish to enter the United States to study for real, or if there is any other reason behind their application. Therefore, it is important you prepare in advance for the interview. Aside fro


  By Olushola Samuel Are you dreaming of starting a new chapter in your life and exploring opportunities in Canada? The Express Entry program might be the key to unlocking your Canadian journey. In this blog post, I would take you through the details of the Canada Express Entry program, providing you with valuable insights and tips to make your immigration process smoother.   What is Express Entry? The Express Entry system is Canada's flagship immigration management system designed to select skilled workers for immigration to Canada. It's a points-based system that evaluates candidates based on factors like age, education, work experience, language proficiency, and adaptability. There are 3 immigration programs managed through Express Entry: 1. Canadian Experience Class This is for skilled workers who have Canadian work experience. The work experience must have been gained within the 3 years before you apply. 2. Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSW) This program is for skilled w


  By Olushola Samuel Getting a band score of 8+ in IELTS is no ordinary achievement. It is a remarkable score in any circumstance. IELTS is an acronym for International English Language Testing System. Providing proof of your English proficiency is an important step in obtaining a visa so that you can school or work abroad. The test is in four components; reading, listening, writing and speaking.  For you to get an 8 band score in listening and reading you need to get around 86% of the marks. Since IELTS reading and listening have 40 questions each, in order to get band 8 you have to at least answer 32-36 questions of each (depending on the test type which can be general training or academic). The two chat below illustrate the different score band for each category of IELTS. However, in speaking and writing, the performance is not measured only by looking at the scores that you get, but there are certain indicatorss in each of the sections and the test taker must meet the requirements

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