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Author Topic: FAQ regarding high school scores while applying as an Undergraduate student in Korean Universities.
sakib2755
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Post FAQ regarding high school scores while applying as an Undergraduate student in Korean Universities.
on: January 19, 2016, 00:47
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Recently there has been a huge influx of prospective Bangladeshi students applying for Undergraduate degree in Korean universities.
But, applying in Korean Universities is a bit harder than applying other foreign universities around the globe; especially when it comes to fill up the application form.
As our medium of taking exams in school and college is completely different to that of Korea, it because a huge problem while filling out the High School result portion of the application. Since Korean system of education doesn't have any general board exams like that we have in our country; namely SSC, HSC, O levels, A levels so the application forms ask for your past 3 years institutional scores i.e. your final term score of class 10,11 & 12. I know it sounds completely absurd to provide such information. So a lot of students face some sort of struggle while completing this portion of the form.
My suggestion for this would be that to attach the scores of our High School certificate ; to write the scores of the respective exams in the box in such manner :- G.P.A 5.00/5.00 (S.S.C) & G.P.A 4.9/5.00 (H.S.C) etc....
And your recommendation letter from the principal of your respective institution should also recognize the provided result too. I guess the testimonial provided from the school will be enough for the task.
And since most of the selection procedure takes place online so mentioning this factor in a separate e-mail to the person in-charge of this application procedure/ the school authority who has contacted you recently would help the cause.

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