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Class of 2020 from NEPAL


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  • sixstringsrockersixstringsrocker Registered User Posts: 631 Member
    What's the rush? You've got time to figure that out. Besides, there's barely any safety for us. For all of us who need financial aid, everything is almost reach. Find what colleges/universities have the programs you like, and apply there. Look at who provide the most FA, average FA to students, average FA to international students, and max FA to students. It's all usually in their websites. Looking at that, you'll get a sense of which colleges are best to apply to.

    If anyone is panicking, I decided to apply to the US in October, took TOEFL in November, took SAT I in December. It's pushing it, but I'm just saying there's no need to be worried if you haven't registered for anything yet, or if you don't know where to go yet. There's many resources online, including this forum, and USEF too.
  • decimatordecimator Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    @sixstringsrocker - So you got into Lafayette applying for RD or ED 2, eh?
  • sixstringsrockersixstringsrocker Registered User Posts: 631 Member
    ED deferred, then RD accepted.
  • decimatordecimator Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
  • cauldroncastlecauldroncastle Registered User Posts: 286 Junior Member
    Add Howard to the list. And like always, @sixstringsrocker is absolutely spot on.
  • decimatordecimator Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    Does anyone know some bookstores selling College Board's "Official SAT Study Guide"? I bought one few months back at Patan Book Shop. Now that some friends of mine desperately need to get that book, I can't find it for them. I went to Ekta Books Thapathali, Patan Book Shop and several other book stores in town, none of them have that book in stock. Most book stores have Barron's, Kaplan, Nova and several others, but not College Board's. I went to USEF, and they were out of stock as well; they sold Barron's and Kaplan SAT prep materials though. So if anyone knows some specific place selling College Board's "Official SAT Study Guide", please help me. Thanks!
  • Pratik Raj KhadkaPratik Raj Khadka Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    How can i view past international students from Nepal?
    I heard that we can view past students college wise(From nepal) who are currently studying in us
  • StuckInRemissionStuckInRemission Registered User Posts: 50 Junior Member
    I second what @decimator said. I've been searching for the official College Board's "Offical SAT Study Guide" for ages now. Please let us both know if anyone finds it somewhere. Thanks a lot!
  • decimatordecimator Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    @author11 - I've got the PDF, I need to get the hard-copy.
  • decimatordecimator Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    @cauldroncastle - Whoa, really? That's awesome.

  • cauldroncastlecauldroncastle Registered User Posts: 286 Junior Member
    Good Luck!
  • decimatordecimator Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    @cauldroncastle - Thanks, bro. I managed to find a new Blue Book in Bagbazar area. Anyway, when are you leaving for Vandy?
  • cauldroncastlecauldroncastle Registered User Posts: 286 Junior Member
  • StuckInRemissionStuckInRemission Registered User Posts: 50 Junior Member
    @decimator Hey, which shop did you find it in? I'm searching the Bagbazar area this week. Hopefully, I'll manage to find a copy.
  • IvyForAllIvyForAll Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
    Here is the list of colleges that give generous financial aid to international students.

    ~~Need Blind Schools Committed to Meeting 100% of Demonstrated Need*:

    Harvard University
    Yale University
    Princeton University
    Dartmouth College
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
    Amherst College

    ~~Other schools with generous aid for international students*:

    --Bard College – Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

    196 students, $7,617,880 total

    --Bates College – Lewiston, Maine

    84 students, $4,081,959 total

    --Beloit College – Beloit, Wisconsin

    111 students, $2,143,021 total

    --Bennington College – Bennington, Vermont

    46 students, $2,024,000 total

    --Brown University – Providence, Rhode Island

    207 students, $8,400,000 total

    --Bryn Mawr College – Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania

    157 students, $6,179,834 total

    --California Institute of Technology – Pasadena, California

    26 students, $1,124,845 total

    --Carleton College- Northfield, Minnesota

    --Clark University – Worcester, Massachusetts

    165 students, $3,993,130 total

    --Colby College – Waterville, Maine

    82 students, $3,957,995 total

    --Colgate College – Hamilton, New York

    114 students, $5,360,736 total

    --College of the Atlantic – Bar Harbor, Maine

    52 students, $2,164,213 total

    --Colorado College – Colorado Springs, Colorado

    70 students, $3,155,913 total

    --Connecticut College – New London, Connecticut

    57 students, $2,747,848 total

    --Denison University – Granville, Ohio

    153 students, $3,879,380 total

    --DePauw University – Greencastle, Indiana

    $5,090,458 total

    --Dickinson College – Carlisle, Pennsylvania

    133 students, $4,429,897 total

    --Franklin and Marshall College – Lancaster, Pennsylvania

    159 students, $5,951,714 total

    --Grinnell College – Grinnell, Iowa

    157 students, $5,655,157 total

    --Hamilton College – Clinton, New York

    66 students, $2,975,464 total

    --Hampshire College – Amherst, Massachusetts

    87 students, $1,924,573 total

    --Hendrix College – Conway, Arkansas

    $1,687,347 total

    --Illinois Institute of Technology – Chicago, Illinois

    592 students, $10,703,818 total

    --Kenyon College – Gambier, Ohio

    58 students, $2,304,722 total

    --Knox College – Galesburg, Illinois

    $2,976,508 total

    --Lafayette College – Easton, Pennsylvania

    103 students, $3,859,836 total

    --Lawrence University – Appleton, Wisconsin

    110 students, $2,222,784 total

    --Macalester College – St Paul, MN

    222 students, $7,647, 111 total

    --Middlebury College – Middlebury, Vermont

    129 students, $6,313,628 total

    --Mount Holyoke College – South Hadley, Massachusetts

    448 students, $15,480,183 total

    --Oberlin College – Oberlin, Ohio

    146 students, $4,343,742 total

    --Ohio Wesleyan University – Delaware, Ohio

    149 students, $3,368,998 total

    --Reed College – Portland, Oregon

    45 students, $2,080,424 total

    --Sarah Lawrence College – Bronxville, New York

    $2,592,487 total

    --Skidmore College – Saratoga Springs, New York

    80 students, $4,281,849 total

    --Smith College – Northampton, Massachusetts

    168 students, $7,339,206 total

    --Soka University of America – Aliso Viego, California

    164 students, $5,308,880 total

    --St. John’s College – Annapolis – Annapolis, Maryland

    39 students, $1,229,271 total

    --St. Lawrence University – Canton, New York

    155 students, $5,939,516 total

    --St. Olaf College – Northfield, Minnesota

    $5,309,947 total

    --Stanford University – Stanford, California

    187 students, $9,088,919 total

    --Swarthmore College – Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

    56 students, $2,604,476 total

    --Trinity College – Hartford, Connecticut

    146 students, $7,446,464 total

    --Union College – Schenectady, New York

    82 students, $2,706,410 total

    --University of Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    332 students, $14,245,353 total

    --University of Richmond – Richmond, Virginia

    128 students, $5,628,674 total

    --University of Rochester – Rochester, New York

    328 students, $6,538,139 total

    --Vassar College – Poughkeepsie, New York

    92 students, $4,445,049 total

    --Wabash College – Crawfordsville, Indiana

    53 students, $936,950 total

    --Wellesley College – Wellesley, Massachusetts

    114 students, $5,417,075 total

    --Wesleyan University – Middleton, Connecticut

    83 students, $4,270,370 total

    --Wheaton College (MA) – Norton, Massachusetts

    103 students, $2,344,486 total

    --Williams College – Williamstown, Massachusetts

    80 students, $4,373,650 total

    --Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Worcester, Massachusetts

    350 students, $8,148,755 total

    --Yeshiva University – New York, New York

    133 students, $3,209,689 total

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