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Pulse Global Overseas Services will help in preparing application documentation in accordance with the requirements of the Visa category – Student Visa or Immigration Visa, guide in form-filling, check documentation, help with proper submission without any errors, follow up on the application status and Visa outcome.

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Coaching

  • SAT
  • MCAT
  • GRE
  • LSAT
  • IELTS
  • GMAT
  • TOEFL

Pulse Global Overseas Services provides comprehensive coaching/tutorial support to students in IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, SAT, SPOKEN ENGLISH etc. to ensure students are comfortable with the requirements of the different courses.

SAT and SAT Subject Tests

The SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is required of students applying for Undergraduate or Bachelor degrees at most universities and those applying for undergraduate scholarships. It tests the student on critical reading, math and writing. The test is 3 hours and 45 minutes long and is multiple choices. The student is also required to write a 25-minute essay.

Subject SATs test the student on specific subjects and may be required for admission to certain programs. A student may take multiple tests from the 20 subject tests conducted by ETS. These are 1 hour long and are mostly multiple choices.

The test is conducted by College Board and official test website is

www.collegeboard.com

ACT

The ACTcollege readiness assessment is a curriculum- and standards-based educational and career planning tool that assesses students' academic readiness for college. The ACT is another widely accepted test for Undergraduate or Bachelor programs in the US. It is a multiple choice test that evaluates students on English, mathematics, reading and science. There is also an optional writing section. The test is about 3 hours long with a 30 minute optional writing test.

The official test website is www.actstudent.org

TOEFL

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required by a large number of US universities for students who are non-native English speakers. The TOEFL measures English reading, speaking, listening and writing skills. The computer based test is about 4 and half hours long.

Official test website is www.ets.org

IELTS

IELTS (the International English Language Testing System) is also a test of English and is widely accepted by US universities as an alternative to TOEFL. Like the TOEFL, the IELTS also measures English reading, speaking, listening and writing skills. It is a computer based test, however the speaking section is a face to face interview with a certified examiner. The reading, writing and listening modules are two and a half hours long. The speaking module may be offered on the same day or up to a week before or after the other modules. Test results are provided 13 days after the test.

The official test website is www.ielts.org

GRE

The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is required by most graduate programs in US universities. It is a test of verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing skills. The computer based test is 3 hours long and is a combination of writing as well as multiple choice questions.

Subject GREs test the student extensively on specific subjects and may be required for admission for certain majors. These may also be required while applying for scholarships or financial support. Subject GREs are paper based and conducted three times a year, in April, October and November.

The official test website is www.ets.org

GMAT

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is required of students applying for graduate business or MBA programs in most US universities. The test is conducted by GMAC (the Graduate Management Admission Council). The GMAT is a test of Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical Writing skills and is a 3 and a half hour long, computer based test. The test has a combination of multiple choice and writing sections. Official score reports are available three weeks after the test.

The official test website is www.mba.com

Training

The excitement of living in a new country and environment, meeting new friends, tasting new cuisines, but at the same time being homesick, are common feelings expressed by many international students and new temporary and permanent immigrants. The details of housing arrangements, noise level in the dormitory, different means of transportation, too many choices and decisions to make can be mind boggling. We prepare our clients with training on the below mentioned aspects.

Visa Interview training – We prepare applicants for the American student visa for their visa interview with the American visa consulate. It requires courage and confidence building, interview questions briefing and coaching for interview. We ensure the student is feeling confident and optimistic about getting visa.

Training for Culture Shock: Our training on Culture shock prepares individual to cope up with issues related to individual’s values conflicting with values of people residing in other countries. People in many countries are goal, action (stress on what you are doing) oriented and individualistic. Whereas, usually people from Indian culture tend to be process, "being" (stress on who you are) and group oriented. International students & travelers from India become aware that the reality is so different than what has been portrayed by the media about the country where they are moving as depicted by pop culture, movies, celebrities, TV programs, fast food, etc and Especially with communication styles: body language, eye contact, personal space, or facial expressions; it takes time to find out "where cultural difference stops and where personal difference starts". We provide in-depth training on the above to minimize the effects of culture shock. Our trainings are attended by students to Business Executives.

Training for Exploring International Opportunities: We prepare individuals by training them in exploring international opportunities in terms of Education, Work, temporary settlement, permanent settlement, exploring consultancy business opportunities or planning to set up international business.