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Storm EduGo is a prominent visa consultancy company with 21+ years of experience in the field. They have facilitated the visas of over 500,000 individuals and helped more than 100,000 students study abroad. They offer comprehensive visa solutions and are a one-stop destination for all visa inquiries.

Yes, Storm EduGo has been providing coaching for IELTS, PTE, and TOEFL for the past 21 years. They have over 35 full-time language trainers/faculties and offer both online and offline coaching options.

Storm EduGo currently has four branches, three located in Gujarat, India, and one in Adelaide, Australia.

Yes, Storm EduGo assists with visitor visas along with other types of visas.

PTE FAQ

The PTE Academic test assesses English proficiency for students and immigrants applying to English-speaking institutions and countries.

PTE Core is a general English test that is recognized by the Canadian Government for all economic immigration applications. It is appropriate for anyone who needs to apply for permanent residency or citizenship in Canada.

The PTE Academic test has three parts: Speaking and Writing, Reading, and Listening.

The PTE Academic test is scored on a scale of 10-90 points using automated scoring.

PTE Academic test scores are valid for two years.

No, the PTE exam cannot be taken at home; it must be taken at an official test centre.

You typically receive your PTE Academic test results within 2 business days.

No, you cannot combine two scores.

No, you cannot retake individual modules. You must retake the entire exam.

Yes, Storm EduGo offers comprehensive PTE Academic preparation courses with facilities including well-equipped labs, real test centre experience, and instructors boasting over 8 years of subject knowledge and perfect 90 score

No, Storm EduGo offers free result analysis of PTE score card. Simply share your PTE score report, and we will provide a complimentary analysis of your results.

Yes, at Storm EduGo, we offer personalized study planners designed to help you achieve your PTE desired score within 20 days.

IELTS FAQ

The two types of IELTS tests are IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training.

The IELTS Academic test is for individuals applying for higher education or professional registration in an English-speaking environment, assessing academic language readiness.

The IELTS General Training test is for those intending to go to English-speaking countries for secondary education, work experience, or migration, focusing on basic survival skills in broad social and workplace contexts.

The IELTS test consists of four sections: Listening (30 minutes), Reading (60 minutes), Writing (60 minutes), and Speaking (11-14 minutes), with a total test time of 2 hours and 45 minutes.

The Listening, Reading, and Writing sections are taken consecutively on the same day, with no breaks in between. The Speaking test is scheduled either on the same day or within seven days before or two days after the other sections, depending on local arrangements.

In IELTS Online, the Speaking test is usually conducted before the Listening, Reading, and Writing sections. It may occur on the same day or on a different day.

No, you must use a pencil as the answer sheet is scanned by a computer which cannot read pen.

Yes, you can make notes on the question papers. The IELTS Examiner will not see your question paper.

The IELTS Speaking test is a conversation with a certified IELTS Examiner, consisting of three parts. It is recorded on an audio cassette or a digital recorder.

You must bring the same identification documents you supplied on your IELTS Application Form and used for the rest of the test. Your ID will be checked before you enter the interview room. Personal items, including electronic devices and watches, are not allowed in the Speaking test room.

IELTS on paper is available on 48 fixed dates a year, up to four times a month, while IELTS on computer can be available on any day of the week, depending on local demand.

IELTS has a set fee for its test, which is the same for both Academic and General Training tests. The fee varies depending on the location and is communicated to applicants during the online application process.

You'll get your results 13 days after the paper test, 3-5 days for the computer test, and 6-8 days for IELTS Online. Some centers offer SMS alerts and an Online Results Service.

Yes, you'll receive an email notification with a link to view your scores.

IELTS uses a 9-band scoring system, giving individual band scores for Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking, and an Overall Band Score.

There's no pass or fail; institutions set their own score requirements.

You can request an Enquiry on Results (EOR) within six weeks, with a charge for re-marking. Results can take up to 21 days.

It allows you to improve one test skill (Listening, Reading, Writing, or Speaking) within 60 days of your original test date, currently available only for IELTS on Computer bookings.

Storm EduGo offers comprehensive IELTS training, both pen-paper and CD-based, catering to student preferences. The institute provides high-tech facilities and experienced faculties with over 15 years of subject expertise, including certified British Council trainers.

 

The Australian student visa (subclass 500) allows international students to study full-time at an accredited educational institution in Australia. It also permits part-time work during study periods and full-time work during holidays.

The main requirements include:

  • Acceptance into a CRICOS-registered course
  • Proof of sufficient funds to cover tuition, living expenses, and travel
  • Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) statement
  • English language proficiency (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL, PTE)
  • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of your stay
  • Meet health and character requirements

The application process involves:

  • Receiving a Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE) from an Australian educational institution.
  • Creating an ImmiAccount and completing the online application form.
  • Paying the visa application fee.
  • Uploading required documents (CoE, financial proof, health insurance, etc.).
  • Attending a biometrics appointment, if required.
  • Undergoing a health examination, if required.
  • Waiting for a decision from the Department of Home Affairs.

Essential documents include:

  • Valid passport
  • Confirmation of Enrollment (CoE)
  • Evidence of sufficient funds
  • English language test results
  • Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
  • GTE statement
  • Academic transcripts and certificates
  • Health and character documents

Yes, if you need to extend your stay, you must apply for a new student visa before your current visa expires. This may be necessary if your course duration is extended or you wish to pursue further studies.

If your visa application is refused, you will be notified of the reasons for the refusal and your rights to a review or appeal. It’s important to address the reasons for the refusal before reapplying.

The processing time for an Australian student visa varies but typically ranges from a few days to a few weeks.

The CoE is a document issued by your educational institution that confirms you have been accepted into a course and have paid your tuition deposit. It is a crucial document for your visa application as it proves your enrollment in a CRICOS-registered course.

The GTE statement should include:

  • Your reasons for choosing to study in Australia instead of your home country
  • Your reasons for choosing your specific course and institution
  • Details of your academic and employment history
  • Your future career plans and how your chosen course aligns with these plans
  • Provide evidence of your financial capacity to support yourself during your stay, including tuition fees, living expenses, and any other costs associated with your stay.
  • Provide details of any previous visa refusals, cancellations, or overstays, along with an explanation if applicable.
  • Evidence of ties to your home country, such as family, employment, or property, which indicates your intention to return after your studies

If you change your course or institution, you must notify the Department of Home Affairs. If you switch to a course at a lower level than your current course, you may need to apply for a new student visa. It’s important to ensure that your visa conditions are not breached.

As an international student, you have the right to:

  • Receive a quality education and support services from your institution
  • Be treated fairly and respectfully
  • Work part-time as specified in your visa conditions
  • You also have responsibilities, including:
  • Maintaining enrollment and satisfactory attendance in your course
  • Meeting the academic performance requirements
  • Complying with visa conditions, such as maintaining health insurance and providing your current address to your institution

Yes, upon completing your studies, you may be eligible to apply for another visa, such as the Temporary Graduate visa (subclass 485), which allows you to stay in Australia temporarily to gain work experience. You may also explore other visa options depending on your circumstances and long-term goals.

Health requirements typically include a medical examination and possibly a chest x-ray, depending on your country of origin and duration of stay. Character requirements involve providing a police clearance certificate from countries where you have lived for more than 12 months in the past 10 years.

You need to demonstrate you have sufficient funds to cover:

  • Tuition fees for your course
  • Living expenses (approximately AUD 21,041 per year)
  • Travel costs to and from Australia
  • Evidence can include bank statements, a letter of support from a financial sponsor, or proof of scholarships or grants.

Yes, but you must notify your educational institution and the Department of Home Affairs. Your institution will issue a new CoE for the deferred course start date. Your visa may need to be updated or reapplied for, depending on the length of the deferral.

If you breach your visa conditions, such as by working more hours than allowed or failing to maintain satisfactory course progress, you should contact your institution’s international student office immediately. They can provide guidance on how to rectify the situation. Serious breaches can result in visa cancellation.

You need to renew your OSHC before it expires. You can do this through your health insurance provider’s website or by contacting them directly. It’s important to maintain continuous coverage for the entire duration of your stay in Australia.

 

Yes, if you are an international student planning to study in Canada for more than six months, you will need to apply for a study permit application.

To apply for a student visa, you will need to first be accepted into a Canadian educational institution. Once you have received an acceptance letter, you can apply for a study permit online or through a visa application center. You will need to provide various documents, such as proof of acceptance, proof of financial support, and a valid passport.

The processing time for a study permit can vary depending on the country you are applying from. It is usually student visa processing time is around 6 weeks.

Yes, as an international student with a valid study permit, you are allowed to work on or off-campus for up to 20 hours per week during the academic year and full-time during scheduled breaks.

After completing your studies, you may be eligible to apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) which allows you to work in Canada for up to three years.

If you have a valid study permit and are studying full-time at a designated learning institution, your spouse or common-law partner may be eligible to apply for an open work permit. Your dependent children may also be eligible to study in Canada.

Yes, You can plan for a Canada study visa with a budget of INR 18,00,000 to 20,00,000

Of course, Students with overall 6 bands, irrespective of individual module score, are considered under the SDS Visa Category.

Some Canadian institutions accept Duolingo and/or MOI as language proficiency proof for the admission process.

Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Regina, Moncton, and Oshawa.

Yes, we are here to assist you with education loan process. Some banks are proving education loan at the lowest rate with a moratorium period, if students are planning for study abroad.

A provincial attestation letter is mandatory for international students except those who are planning to study in a master's program or a PhD (Doctoral Program).

Some universities are accepting a 3-year bachelor’s degree to pursue a master’s program, also students can opt for pathway programs.

Yes, Students with biology in their HSC can opt for health-related programs at Canadian institutions.

 

An F-1 Visa is a non-immigrant student visa that allows international students to enter the United States to attend a full-time academic program or English language program at an accredited college, university, or other academic institution.

Consider the following factors when choosing a university or college:

  • Accreditation and Reputation USA’s university
  • Courses and programs offered
  • Location and campus facilities
  • Tuition fees and cost of living
  • Scholarships and financial aid options
  • Student support services

Below are the general steps in the application process:

  • Researching and selecting universities in this section will help you better understand your options based on your profile.
  • Preparing the necessary documents for university admission, such as transcripts, recommendation letters, test scores, and a personal statement.
  • Submit applications through StormEduGo's process team (the university's portal or standard application systems).
  • Paying application fees ( if required )
  • Awaiting acceptance letters and choosing your final listed application
  • Receiving and processing your Form I-20
  • Attending interviews, including a mock round provided by the StormEduGo particular batch, is a significant part of ensuring your application's thoroughness.

Some universities in the USA are waiving the GRE requirement for admission in 2024 under certain conditions, such as excellent academic performance and professional experience. Many US universities are waiving the GRE for the fall semester of 2024 for MS in Computer Science, meaning that GRE scores are not required for admission.

Yes, Indian students can pursue studies in the USA after completing their 12th standard. Popular courses include Medicine, Law, Business & Management, Engineering, Social Sciences, and Computer Applications. Eligibility requirements and the admission process vary depending on the course and university.

US universities typically take 6 to 8 weeks to process admission applications through StormEduGo. Students will be notified of their selection decision and further admission process by email from the universities.

All US universities use the same credit system, where the credits earned by a student during their course are used to calculate the final result.

  • To complete a bachelor’s/undergraduate degree, a student needs to earn 3-5 credits per hour, totaling around 120-130 credit hours.
  • To finish a Master’s degree, 3-4 credits per course and 30-64 credit hours are required.

The US education system uses the GPA (Grade Point Average) system, which scales from 0.0 to 4.0. For each semester, grades are determined by the marks and credits earned in each course. A score of 4.0 represents an A grade, while 0.0 corresponds to an F grade.

Costs can vary significantly depending on the institution and location. On average:

  • Tuition fees range from $16,000 to $50,000 per year in Public University
  • Tuition fees range from $20,000 to $75,000 per year in Private University
  • Living expenses range from $10,000 to $20,000 per year.
  • Additional costs may include health insurance, books, and personal expenses.

Many students pursue scholarships, grants, and part-time work to help manage these expenses.

Scholarships for international students include:

  • Merit-based scholarships
  • Need-based scholarships
  • Departmental scholarships
  • Athletic scholarships

Scholarships from private organizations and foundations Researching and applying for these scholarships early is crucial.

Costs can vary significantly depending on the institution and location. On average:

  • Tuition fees range from $6,000 to $30,000 per year in Public/Private University
  • Living expenses range from $10,000 to $20,000 per year.
  • Additional costs may include health insurance, books, and personal expenses.

Many students pursue scholarships, grants, and part-time work to help manage these expenses.

To apply for an F-1 Visa, you will need:

  • A valid passport
  • Form I-20 (Certificate of Eligibility for Non-immigrant Student Status) from your College/University
  • Form DS-160 (Online Non-immigrant Visa Application)
  • Receipt of visa application fee payment
  • SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) fee payment receipt
  • Passport-sized photo
  • Financial evidence showing you have sufficient funds to cover your tuition and living expenses
  • Academic transcripts, diplomas, degrees, or certificates
  • Schedule an interview at the US embassy or consulate.

SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) is a US government system that tracks international students and exchange visitors. When you receive your Form I-20, you must pay the SEVIS fee before applying for your visa. SEVIS helps ensure that students comply with US immigration regulations.

If you're looking to apply for a US student visa from India, you can schedule your interview at one of the various US consulates and embassies across the country. To locate the nearest US embassy, check the links below:

  • Chennai
  • Hyderabad
  • Kolkata
  • Mumbai
  • New Delhi

Here are some common questions you might encounter during a US visa interview:

  • Why did you choose this university?
  • Why did you select this program? (Be prepared to explain and research the university, program, and specialization. Discuss the courses, specialization, and how it will help you achieve your career goals.)
  • Who is funding or sponsoring your education?
  • What are your plans after graduation?

Note: It's important to clearly explain the sources and breakdown of your funds. Discuss your career goals, what you aim to achieve, and how the program will benefit you. You can also mention potential job opportunities and roles in India after completing your international studies.

During the visa interview, a consular officer will ask questions about your study plans, academic background, financial status, and ties to your home country. The goal is to ensure you are a legitimate student and intend to return to your home country after your studies. Be honest and clear in your responses.

There are no specific rules regarding the minimum bank balance required to apply for a US student visa. However, obtaining an F-1 student visa typically costs between 1 Lakh to 1.5 Lakh. This amount includes two main fees: the I-901 SEVIS fee ($350) and the USA interview fee ($185). It's important to apply for your student non-immigrant visa within 120 days of your program start date. Don't delay after receiving your acceptance letter, as the process of getting a US student visa from India can take several months.

F-1 students can work on-campus up to 20 hours per week during the school term and full-time during holidays and breaks. Off-campus work is restricted and requires authorization. After one academic year, you may be eligible for Curricular Practical Training (CPT) or Optional Practical Training (OPT).

You can stay in the US for the duration of your academic program, as indicated on your Form I-20, plus an additional 60-day grace period to prepare for departure or transfer to another school.

Yes, your spouse and unmarried children under 21 age, they can apply for F-2 dependent visas. They can stay in the US for the duration of their F-1 status, but F-2 dependents cannot work and may only study part-time (except for minor children, who can attend full-time K-12 school).

If your visa application is denied, the consular officer will inform you of the reason. Common reasons include insufficient financial proof, lack of academic preparedness, or failure to prove intent to return home. You can reapply if you can address the issues that led to the denial. These answers provide a general overview, but it's always a good idea to consult the official US embassy or consulate website for the most current and detailed information.

Optional Practical Training (OPT) and Curricular Practical Training (CPT) are programs that allow F-1 students to work in the US:

OPT: Can be used during or after your studies and allows up to 12 months of work authorization (24 months for STEM graduates).

CPT: Must be part of your curriculum and allows you to work off-campus during your studies. It usually requires you to have been enrolled for one academic year before you can apply.

Housing options include: On-campus dormitories or residence halls, Off-campus apartments or shared houses. Home stays with American families each option varies in cost, amenities, and level of independence, so choose based on your preferences and budget.

International F-1 visa holders are not legally required to have an international medical or health insurance plan, but it's highly recommended for peace of mind. Additionally, most US universities require students to have an active insurance plan before enrolling in classes.

After the F-1 student visa extension is over, students can apply for a H-1B US work visa and stay in the US. This H-1B US work visa permits them to live and work in the United States for up to 6 years.

Individuals wishing to stay more than 6 years can apply for a green card to get PR in the US. Here are some possible ways for F-1 visa holders to apply for a green card in the USA:

  • Get employer sponsorship
  • Look at your eligibility for Employment-Based Green Cards (E-B1/ E-B2/ E-B3/ E-B4/ E-B5)
  • Marry a US Citizen
  • Become an investor in the USA
  • Pursue Affirmative asylum
  • Work in military service
  • Receive parent or child sponsorship

Students fulfilling any of the above-mentioned criteria can obtain permanent Residence (PR) in the USA, enabling them to apply for various types of job opportunities in the USA.

You need a student visa to study full-time in New Zealand if your course is longer than three months. The most common student visa is the Fee Paying Student Visa.

To apply for a New Zealand student visa, you need to:

  • Get accepted into a New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) approved education provider and receive an Offer of Place.
  • Create a RealMe account and complete the online visa application form.
  • Pay the visa application fee.
  • Submit the required documents, such as your passport, Offer of Place, proof of funds, and health insurance.
  • Provide a medical examination and police certificate, if required.

Required documents typically include:

  • Valid passport
  • Offer of Place from a New Zealand educational institution
  • Evidence of sufficient funds to cover tuition and living expenses (approximately NZD 15,000 per year)
  • Proof of onward travel or sufficient funds to purchase a ticket
  • Health and travel insurance for the duration of your stay
  • Completed visa application form
  • Visa application fee payment receipt
  • Medical examination and chest X-ray (if required)
  • Police clearance certificate (if required)

Yes, student visa holders can work part-time for up to 20 hours per week during the academic term and full-time during scheduled holidays. Research master's and PhD students can work full-time throughout the year.

You must provide evidence of sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees and living expenses while in New Zealand. This can include:

  • Bank statements showing at least NZD 15,000 per year (or NZD 1,250 per month if your program is shorter than a year)
  • Scholarship or financial support letters
  • Sponsorship letters from a family member or guardian

The validity of your student visa depends on the length of your course. It is usually granted for the duration of your study program, plus an additional period to prepare for departure or further study.

Yes, you can bring your partner and dependent children with you on a student visa. Your partner can apply for a work visa, and your children can apply for student visas to attend school in New Zealand.

The Offer of Place is a document from your educational institution confirming your acceptance into a program of study. It includes details about the course, tuition fees, and the start and end dates. It is essential for your student visa application as it proves your enrollment.

Yes, international students must have health and travel insurance for the duration of their stay in New Zealand. This ensures you have access to medical care if needed and can cover unexpected health-related expenses.

Upon arrival:

  • Attend your institution’s orientation program.
  • Register with your educational institution.
  • Open a local bank account.
  • Obtain a local SIM card.
  • Familiarize yourself with the campus and local area.
  • Ensure your health insurance is activated.
  • Comply with visa conditions and report any changes to your status to Immigration New Zealand.

To maintain your student visa status, you must:

  • Be enrolled in a full-time course at an NZQA-approved institution.
  • Attend classes regularly and make satisfactory academic progress.
  • Follow the conditions of your visa, including work restrictions.
  • Maintain valid health insurance.
  • Inform Immigration New Zealand of any changes to your circumstances, such as changes in address or study program.

Yes, if you need to extend your stay to complete your course or pursue further studies, you can apply to extend your student visa. You must apply before your current visa expires and provide updated documents, including proof of continued enrollment and financial evidence.

If your visa application is denied, you will be informed of the reason. Common reasons include insufficient financial evidence, failure to meet health or character requirements, or incomplete documentation. You can reapply if you address the reasons for the denial or appeal the decision if you believe it was made in error.

After graduating, you can apply for a Post-Study Work Visa, which allows you to stay and work in New Zealand for up to three years, depending on your qualification and where you studied. This visa can help you gain work experience and potentially lead to residence pathways.

Yes, you can transfer to another institution or change your course, but you must notify Immigration New Zealand and obtain a new Offer of Place from the new institution. Depending on the change, you may need to apply for a new visa or update your current visa conditions.

You need a Student visa (formerly known as the Tier 4 General Student Visa) to study in the UK if your course is longer than six months.

To apply for a UK student visa, you need to:

  • Receive an unconditional offer from a licensed student sponsor and obtain a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
  • Complete the online visa application form on the UK government's website.
  • Pay the visa application fee and the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS).
  • Attend a biometric appointment to provide fingerprints and a photo.
  • Submit required documents, including your passport, CAS, financial evidence, and proof of English language proficiency.

Required documents typically include:

  • Valid passport
  • Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from a UK educational institution
  • Financial evidence showing sufficient funds to cover tuition fees and living expenses
  • Proof of English language proficiency (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL)
  • Tuberculosis (TB) test results (if applicable)
  • Completed visa application form
  • Visa application fee payment receipt
  • Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) payment receipt

You must provide evidence of sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees for the first year of your course and living expenses for up to nine months. The amount required for living expenses varies depending on your study location:

  • £1,334 per month for courses in London
  • £1,023 per month for courses outside London

Yes, student visa holders can work part-time for up to 20 hours per week during term time and full-time during holidays. Some work restrictions apply, such as not being able to work in certain professions.

The validity of your student visa depends on the length of your course. It is usually granted for the duration of your study program plus an additional period to prepare for departure or further study.

Yes, you can bring your partner and dependent children with you on a student visa if you are studying at a postgraduate level or if your course is longer than 9 months. Your dependents can apply for a dependent visa, allowing them to stay in the UK with you.

The CAS is a reference number issued by your educational institution that confirms you have been accepted into a course of study. It includes details about the course, tuition fees, and your personal information. The CAS is essential for your student visa application.

To maintain your student visa status, you must:

  • Be enrolled in a full-time course at a licensed student sponsor.
  • Attend classes regularly and make satisfactory academic progress.
  • Follow the conditions of your visa, including work restrictions.
  • Inform UKVI of any changes to your circumstances, such as changes in address or study program.

Yes, if you need to extend your stay to complete your course or pursue further studies, you can apply to extend your student visa. You must apply before your current visa expires and provide updated documents, including proof of continued enrollment and financial evidence.

If your visa application is denied, you will be informed of the reason. Common reasons include insufficient financial evidence, failure to meet health or character requirements, or incomplete documentation. You can reapply if you address the reasons for the denial or appeal the decision if you believe it was made in error.

After graduating, you can apply for a Post-Study Work Visa, which allows you to stay and work in New Zealand for up to three years, depending on your qualification and where you studied. This visa can help you gain work experience and potentially lead to residence pathways.

Yes, you can transfer to another institution or change your course, but you must notify Immigration New Zealand and obtain a new Offer of Place from the new institution. Depending on the change, you may need to apply for a new visa or update your current visa conditions.

Upon arrival:

  • Attend your institution’s orientation program.
  • Register with your educational institution.
  • Open a local bank account.
  • Obtain a local SIM card.
  • Familiarize yourself with the campus and local area.
  • Ensure your health insurance is activated through the NHS.
  • Comply with visa conditions and report any changes to your status to UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).

Yes, you are required to pay the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) as part of your visa application. This provides you access to the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK for the duration of your stay.

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