Ask Juno Helps Students to Predict Best Matched University for Studying Abroad
Ask Juno is efficient in both quantitative and qualitative prospects in contrast to other services that might be available.
Ask Juno is an online analytical tool that has a vast database. It helps students to calculate their chances for studying abroad. The tool gives results based on the information provided by aspiring students. It not only gives a success percentage of obtaining admission but it also yields a good university match. The university match helps students by giving them a list of colleges or universities that could be approached. Furthermore, it provides a suggestive list of a range of diplomas, post-graduate diplomas, undergraduate and other postgraduate courses. The input provided by students is crucial in this regard as the tool uses it (input in terms of marks, background training and so on) to prepare the suggestive list.
Why Ask Juno?
Ask Juno is efficient in both quantitative and qualitative prospects in contrast to other services that might be available. First of all, Ask Juno is a free tool which means that it is very economical to use. Second, its database is free from any sort of external corruption. Moreover, the results provided by the tool are based on the input provided by aspiring students. Thus, students are better able to relate with the results. The results are further divided into three parts for the sake of accessibility. Students can get used to the tool as it is easy to use. The percentage of the failure is negligible and hence students can rest assured that they do not get vague information and false promises. Because of these reasons, the tool turns out to be better than real agents providing the same set of services at a cost.
How can Ask Juno help the students to predict the best matched university?
Ask Juno is factual as it is based on the information provided by students. In addition to this, the tool's existing database is vast which makes it easier to use. A list is created when the input provided by the candidate is matched with the database. The list details all possible institutes that fall under the range and category provided by the students. The results are unique for each student and this guarantees accuracy.
How does it work?
'Ask Juno' works in 3 different ways:
Aspiring students can navigate the calculator, the university match and even look up to certain suggestions. Students are advised to first read this instruction sheet before using 'Ask Juno'. Students can start by entering their names first in the box provided in the centre of the screen. Since there are three navigations, let’s first explain how to use the calculator.
- There are four course options under two broad categories, namely diploma and degree. Students should check one of the courses namely, simply diploma, post graduate diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate.
- At the second step, students are asked to fill in their choice of destination; here are the choices: UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Germany.
- Next there is a choice of exams taken. Students have to select the exams that they have taken such as: PTE, SAT, LSAT, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS. They have to select appropriate choices.
- At this step, students have to input the marks that they have obtained on either of the tests above or the marks that they got in the class 12th exam and/or the college level exam
- Now students have to select the number of years that they have worked. This option is part of work experience.
- Students, at this step, have to select the field or area of study that is of interest to them. There are several options that can be seen below.
- Courses can't be completed without funds. So at this step, students have to select how to fund their course.
- Finally, students get to see the success percentage of their application/admission based on the information that has been provided to Juno.
Along the way, students can provide their email to save the results of their input so that they don't have to redo the series of steps. This saves on time and students can query Juno for different courses. Students can all call us up at the number provided.
- Students can begin with the university match by providing their personal particulars such as name, email, phone number and the city of residence.
- At this step, students have to fill in their study destination just like they did for the calculator above. In addition, students have to specify the admission point. In other words, when would they like to begin their studies in a particular academic year?
- Students have to give their academic details here such as the exams that they have undertaken (e.g., SAT, GRE etc.) and the marks that they obtained at school and/or college.
- Towards the end of the procedure, students can see a list of university suggestions based on the input that they have provided. The suggestions will be for the country of choice that has been selected at the previous step.
The suggestion tab in Ask Juno follows the University match option. It provides a list of universities that students can consider for application. The output can only be obtained after the university match is complete. The list is prepared based on the input provided by students. The universities, on the list, are sorted according to the preferences of the students. There is flexibility for recalculating the results with different input as well.
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