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Finally, the months of searching for a university, overseas education, applying, praying while refreshing the results portal, finding a place to live, and packing your entire life to begin a new chapter have come to an end – you are now a student! As you move to a different country and become an international student, you’re about to embark on a new and exciting adventure. However, you are not alone if you feel a little intimidated at the prospect of suddenly finding yourself in a new place for the first time while all of your friends and family are hundreds or thousands of miles away.
1. Make study group activity.
Asking another student for their opinion or point of view over coffee or on your way to class can lead to a fruitful discussion. This also aids in the development of your network and the strengthening of your relationships with others.
2. Prepare ahead of time.
It might be difficult to stay motivated when it comes to studying and revising. Setting aside a reasonable amount of time each day for study and revision is a good way to stay on track. You can do other things once it's finished.
3. Take a test run
Most exams have previous papers and sample questions, which can help you make sure you're studying and absorbing the right information. Consider how you might structure an answer as you go through the questions. Then concentrate on the parts.
4. Don't panic
Studying in a foreign country, and in a foreign language, can be difficult at times. It's natural to feel overwhelmed, but keep in mind that you're not alone. Staff at the college are always willing to assist students, especially during the more difficult parts of their studies.
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Note: When it comes to responding to the Covid-19 outbreak, Overseas institutions has done all they can to keep students safe while still providing the world-class instruction for which they are recognized. Feel free to connect with us for knowing the latest updates and several Covid-19 support services which have been put in place by universities for foreign students.