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      This quiz is designed to address the questions most commonly received by advisers on EducationUSAIran's website.  Please take a few short minutes to take this quiz and gain some valuable information towards pursuing your education in the USA. 


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      What is the difference between the PBT and IBT TOEFL exam?
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      • PBT is paper based and IBT is internet based.

      • The IBT TOEFL is given several times a month in Iran.

      • IBT has a speaking assessment piece.

      • All of the above

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      1. What is the difference between the PBT and IBT TOEFL exam?
        1. PBT is paper based and IBT is internet based.
        2. The IBT TOEFL is given several times a month in Iran.
        3. IBT has a speaking assessment piece.
        4. All of the above
        1. The PBT TOEFL is no longer commonly offered.

          TOEFL iBT measures reading, listening, speaking and writing skills and takes approximately 4&frac12; hours. It is given by computer 30-40 times a year at test centers throughout the Iran.

           If you are going to register for the TOEFL exam, we recommend you take the IBT TOEFL.  To find out when the next IBT TOEFL exam is going to be given near you in Iran
          click here.

      2. Will a degree from any accredited Iranian university be accepted at US universities?
        1. No
        2. Yes
        1. We get asked this question all the time. The answer is yes, typically.  If you received your degree from an Iranian university accredited by the Ministry of Education, then admissions offices will generally accept your degree.  You can always double check with the university.

          به طور عموم دانشگاه های ایالت متحده مدارک دانشگاه های دیگر کشورها را می پذیرند .

      3. The biggest problem Iranian students have in getting a visa is:
        1. Missing application deadlines
        2. Incomplete application
        3. Proving intent to return to Iran after their education.
        4. Lacking adequate test scores
        1. In some form or another during your student visa interview you will be asked: do you intend to return to your home country after college? We hope the answer is an honest, "yes."  If so, you need to provide whatever evidence you can to prove this.  For instance:

          Evidence that you intend to return to your home country,

          Such as a statement from an employer that you'll be considered for a job or have been offered a job after you complete your U.S. study;

          Evidence that you own assets in your home country;

          Anything else that shows that you have strong ties to your home country.

      4. Can an international student work while taking classes?
        1. Yes, but only 20 hrs a week on campus.
        2. No, they are not allowed to work at all.
        1. Yes, but only 20 hrs a week on campus for the first 9 months.  Additional possibilities may exist after the first nine months.  However, you need to discuss ALL employment possibilities with your university's international student adviser before you accept employment--what is permitted is highly regulated.  Working without approval is a violation of your student visa status and could lead to being sent home or other serious consequences.

      5. Is the IELTS exam accepted at most universities in the US in place of the TOEFL?
        1. Yes, but double check with university you are applying to.
        2. No.
        1. Over 1,500 US universities and professional bodies accept IELTS scores as proof of English language skills.

          Here is a link to check if IELTS is accepted at the university you are applying to.


      6. Should I contact professors at my chosen university before I actually apply?
        1. Yes
        2. No
        1. It's always okay to contact your professors. And if you are applying to graduate school you DEFINITELY SHOULD contact professors. Don’t be shy about communicating directly with professors; they will appreciate your interest in their work.  Discuss your own background, strengths, and plans with them. Ask questions about their views and what they are doing. Be polite, don’t demand too much, but allow them to be aware of you as someone who understands what they are doing and who they might enjoy working with They need to know who you are to advocate for admitting and funding you. The more of a positive connection you can build the better.

      7. When should I begin applying to U.S. universities?
        1. 3 weeks before the application is due
        2. 1 to 2 years before the application is due
        3. 8 weeks before the application is due
        4. 3 months before the application is due
        1. If possible, begin at least one to two years before you plan to start your program. The U.S. academic year begins around the end of August and ends in May. Mid-year admission (to begin classes in January or February) may also be possible, but not in all cases. Application deadlines may fall as early as the end of November at some schools. You will also need time to register for, take, and wait for scores from standardized tests. Some of these tests are offered only once or twice each year.

      8. Can my wife/husband or children get paid work under their visa status?
        1. No
        2. Yes
        3. Maybe
        1. No, if they received their visas as dependents of a student/scholar they are not allowed to accept paid employment.

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