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USA
Population : 318,434,000
Language : English
Currency : $ (USD)
Area : 3,717,813 sq mi
Capital : Washington, D.C.
States/Provices : New York City , Los Angeles
People : 77.9% White , 13.1% African American , 5.1% Asian , 1.2% American Indian and Alaska Native
Government : Federal government of the United States, state governments of the United States and elections in the United States

Climate

Now a Days the UNITED STATE OF AMERICA (U.S.A.) is a kingdom of the education industires and all most that would be real dream of all potential students to goving USA for further study. Most people's conception of USA goes little beyound appreciating its vastness. Recognizing its flag and identifying a few well-known physical features.

Why Study in USA

The United States of America (USA) will be the hottest destination for Indian and international students. The quality of education, wide-ranging specialties, flexibility, large campuses, friendly professors, funding and international opportunities is only but a few of the reasons for attracting the elite students from throughout the world. It is not so easy to dislodge the pre-eminent position of US as the 'land of opportunities'. Its capital is Washington DC.

Employment in Prospects

Students at any level are not allowed to work full-time, while studying in the USA. However, employment of international students, who reached USA on a non-immigrant visa such as F-1, is strictly regulated. If such students maintain their visa status and be in good standing, they could work part-time and on campus only for up to 20 hours a week. During holidays and college breaks, students could work full-time, if they maintain the good standing.

Required Test

For undergraduate admissions, required standardized tests usually include:

1. Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)
2. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

For graduate and professional admissions, required tests usually include:
1. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
2. Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) - for liberal arts, science, math
3. Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) - for business schools/study for MBA (Master's in Business Administration) programs
4. Law School Admission Testing Program (LSAT) - for law schools
5. Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) - for medical schools
6. Dental Admission Testing Program (DAT) - for dental schools
7. Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)
8. Optometry Admission Testing Program (OAT)