Travelling Guide for Beginners
Are you travelling for the first time? Or a better question would be if you are travelling
internationally for the first time.
I remember when I travelled for the first time. My flight was from New Delhi to Dubai to Chicago. And the Dubai to Chicago flight was 16 hrs long. Imagine sitting in a tube for 16 hrs, you never get used to it.
There are a few things you need to be careful about. There are definitely tips to have a pleasant journey when it comes to travelling for so long.
What makes me qualified to talk about all of this. I have done multiple trips from the US to India and India to the US. I have travelled in United airlines, Emirates, Qatar & Etihad.
Among all the airlines Emirates is one of my favourite airlnes. I am definitely biased towards them as when I was flying to Sweden they upgraded me to their business class and that experience was something I can never forget.
Purchase Guide for International Students
Alright, we see you have moved 1000 miles across the world and wrapped up all your belongings! You have to start afresh. Completely afresh, you might have friends or family or you might not. You might have a budget of $100 (~7500 INR) to set up your room or you might have a budget of $200. Or you might not have made up your mind yet on how much you want to spend. Let’s go through a few items one by one. We will go through the bedroom and kitchen. And I will break down my choices when you are on budget or not. Again if you are finding something cheaper on facebook marketplace go for it. I bought my chair from there and also a bunch of other things.
Just so you are not confused on what to buy and how to buy and if you are getting the best deal of all, I have put together this list of items which you can buy and be stress free when it comes to setup cost.
GRE Waiver Doc for International Students
Hey everyone, the whole team of Gradicle has spent hours to collect this information. As mentioned in Parth’s video, all the source links have been added to doc for you to check for yourself. During our research, we found out that these universities are varying their GRE requirements by departments as well. We have always been really vocal about asking questions to the admissions department if you are not sure about something. While looking through the list and the source link, if you are confused about the info provided on universities page, please email the department you are planning to apply to. Usually US universities’ departments get back to you pretty quick. We hope this guide saves you time and effort in your study abroad journey.
Laptop Suggestions for International Students
Purchasing laptops are one heck of a deal. You are spending more money on this than any of your tech devices plus you will be using this product religiously for the next 3-4-6 yrs. Depending on how long you can keep it save.
Other than my recommendations in the video, these recommendations are super helpful from the students and will give you great insights on which ones to buy.