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I am 12th (high school ) passed out student i want to settle in western countries like usa, uk how is it possible?

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Asked by himanshu arora, 29 Nov '07 08:13 pm
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If u r SERIOUSLY considering a move to the US or the UK, I recommend u get a dose of their culture and what that would entail on u r long run.

When u get very sick, I don't want u mentioning even a word to Mom and Dad. I want u to call ambulance and check u r self into a Govt hospital.

I don't want u eating even 2 rottis worth from u r Mom and Dad, I want u to be responsible 4 u r own meals.

I don't want u to live w/ u r Mom or u r Dad. I want u to try and manage ANY living premise, with your income- for at least 6 months. U can share a room w/ ppl etc but I don't want any Mom or Dad help.

If u can do all those tasks, then prepare for TOEFL and SAT and appeal 4 scholarships. The US and UK are always lookin 4 folks w/ extra carricular talent like sports, so this would b a good time to pick up on dat. But u ABSOLUTELY need to do those tasks I requested even before considering a shift over there.

But unless u r able to "run u r own life" or so to speak, u won't fit in ...more
Answered by A Moin, 28 May '10 09:40 pm

 
  
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Do a degree.write toefl.visit britishcouncil library,become a member,develop contacts.all the best!!
Answered by VIP, 29 Nov '07 08:17 pm

 
  
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Appear for sat exm
Answered by vivek singh, 29 Nov '07 08:14 pm

 
  
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