Prepare For Interview

Interviews are inevitable part of ones life. It could be an interview for admission in a university or for getting a job. No matter what the interview is for, make sure you give it your best shot. But then how to give your best shot? How to prepare for interview?

Prepare For The Questions-:
An interview usually has three types of questions. The behavouriour type, questions to think and questions to ask. A behaviour question is the one related to your work or the activity you did or about your education. Question to think are think are the questions about your future plans. in the end you are given a chance to question. Make sure you know about the organization well, and ask a question related to it. Make sure you know what you have to say for a question. You need not to cram answers but the points must be clear
CV is important
A great deal of questions are asked from your CV. Make sure you prepare your CV well. you’re your cv and ask yourself questions. Pinpoint the main things about your CV and make a detailed study of it. You must know each and everything about it

You need to maintain good body postures and behave well. you need to look well and decent. Remember to be calm, during the entire interview and remain positive.

phone icon

University English # Improve Vocabulary

Every place has its own vocabulary, for instance, there are certain words that are associated with university and are commonly used there. So, if you are planning to go out and study in a University, you must know the following phrases –

  1. Enroll/sign up – When you take admission in University, you enroll or sign up for some classes. Example- Avinash enrolled for a math class. This means Avinash is going to take math class in the university.
  2. Hit the books – If you study hard, it means you hit the books. Example – After Avinash enrolled in the class, he hit the books. This means he studied hard after enrolling in the class.
  3. Hand out assignment – To give assignments. Example – The professor hands out the algebra assignment to Avinash.
  4. Pull an all-nighter- Pull an all-nighter means you stay all night to complete something. Example- Avinash pulled an all-nighter to complete his assignment.
  5. Hands in assignment/paper – This means to submit it. Example- As soon as Avinash reaches the class, he hands in the assignment.
  6. Cut class/skip class – Cut class/skip class means to miss classes. Example – When Avinash got an A+ in the assignment he starts cutting classes.
  7. Fall behind in – When you fall behind in something, it means you are lacking behind. Example- Because of cutting classes, after two weeks, Avinash fell behind in classes.
  8. Get Caught Up – Get caught up means you reach to the position you should be, if you did not missed the classes. Example – Avinash is very worried about the classes and he starts hitting the books again and gets caught up.
  9. Withdraw from the course/drop a course – This means to leave the course. Example- Avinash was not interested in withdrawing from the course.
  10. Plagiarize –  Plagiarize means when you don’t do the work but give it to someone else or copy someone’s else work. Example- Avinash goes out to pub, but plagiarize his assignment.
  11. Expel/kick out- This means, you are thrown out of the university. Example- The professor finds out about Avinash plagiarizing and expels him.


Undergraduate Admissions # Australia

Well, it might be that you have chosen Australia to do your undergraduate studies. But then, how are you going to get admission in the college? What is the procedure?

For admission in Australia, you are required to have the following documents –

  1. Academic Records
  2. English Proficiency
  3. Statement Of Purpose

Application Forms – To get admission in any college of Australia, you are required to send inquiries 12 months before the desired date of admission. You can get the application form using any of the following ways –

  1. Via email – Most universities have a form on their website which can be completed online to request application material.
  2. Download form – There are even universities which provide downloadable and ready to print versions of their application forms.
  3. University representative – Authorized representatives of Australian Universities in your country can also provide you with the form.

Once you have filled the application form, you need to consider the following things –

Academic Records – 

You are required to submit the following for admission in the university –

Class X mark sheet

Class XII mark sheet

Class XI mark sheet is required if you are applying for a foundation course.

English Proficiency 

For most courses IELTS is accepted, however, TOEFL is also getting acceptance in Australian universities.

Although some universities may accept a letter from an institution, claiming that you are proficient in English. If you are from India, Pakistan or Bangladesh you are required to submit your IELTS/TOEFL score.

Statement Of Purpose

The personal essays, and/or statement of purpose, also play a very important role in the process of evaluating your application for both admission as well as financial aid because it gives the faculty assessing your application their most significant impression of you as an individual.

A personal statement includes the reason for choosing the course, your area of interest etc.


Study In Australia # Eligibility

There are many who dream to study in Australia, and it is totally worth it. But then, is dreaming enough?? No, you need to work towards your dream to make sure that the dreams are fulfilled. Let us have a look at the eligibility criteria for studying in Australia.

Besides the English requirements there are two basic things that need to be considered while applying for Australian Universities.

Undergraduate Studies 

  1. Australian Year 12 Qualification and Equivalents – In Australia, the education system is based upon the 13 years of school level education which includes primary and secondary. Every state in Australia has its own secondary school certificate which are recognized by all Australian universities. The universities also recognize a wide range of secondary school certificates from other countries as being equivalent to the Australian Year 12 qualifications. This includes the 10+2 completion from India.
  2. Pre- requisites subjects – Some courses require you to pass some pre-requisite subjects. This means that you must have passed those subjects as entry level qualification. This is because the first year subjects of the course assume that students have a good basic knowledge of this subject at Australian Year 12 level.

Postgraduate Studies

  1. Masters degree and graduate diploma – Most Australian universities accept the graduation level of India i.e. 10+2 and minimum three years of graduation for entry into post graduation. But often, entry into colleges is complex and difficult.
  2. PhD and Postgraduate diploma – For Postgraduate diploma, the student should have a recognized master degree in an appropriate field. For PhD, though each application is assessed on individual basis, a good master degree is essential.


1 2