Saksham Singh last edited by
I just finished my class 12th this year. It was then I decided that I want to move to some other country for my undergraduate studies and wanted to get a scholarship in order to pay the expenses but while researching I came to know that extracurriculars are also required in order for your application to stand out. The problem is that our school focussed solely on academics and due to lack of info I didn't undertake the activities myself. Now my question is that can something be done about it.
ChristineJoseph last edited by
A profile with academics and extra/co-curricular always has an edge. But, you can still work on your profile. If your academics are good, you don't have to worry much.
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- Volunteer in an NGO or events.
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