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plzzzzzz i need your help

krazy2krazy2 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited August 2010 in Prep School Admissions
hello everybody,

please i need your help and your advice im sooooo confused and i dont know what should i do
i'm running out of time

first of all i'm an international student form Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
i hope to continue studying in US, but im facing 2 problems:

1st one is that im not very good in English, so i need a good university that give me a conditional admission

2nd one which the biggest problem for me is that i want get electrical engineering, but in my high school i didn't study Chemistry, Physics and Math like others, so i need also a good university that teach me these subjects which is taught in the high school

In another word, are there any university give me a conditional admission and teach Chemistry, Physics and Math which is taught in the high school?
so i can get electrical engineering later
and waht are they?

thank you
Post edited by krazy2 on

Replies to: plzzzzzz i need your help

  • krazy2krazy2 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    someone here told me about what are called PG programs
    i want to know what is PG program??
    how PG program could help me??

    please i need your urgent help
  • sabortooth12sabortooth12 - Posts: 25 New Member
    try a community college
  • twentyfourteentwentyfourteen Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
    Hey well a PG program is a PostGraduate program. I think that'd be a great program for you, seeing as you would like to spend an extra year to learn more. A PG program at a prep school could definitely help you with English and give you that extra year to take the science and math courses. I know at some prep school say like Exeter, you can probably take Chemistry and Physics at the same time because there is no science prerequisite. But there is a Math prerequisite. So you could be taking A math course, which if high enough, you could take physics and chemistry along with a Transition to American Culture course, and English. This could boost your knowledge and help you get into an electrical engineering school :)
    Hope I helped!
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