Learn About the American Education System
Introduction to the American Education System Course
Instructor: Prof. Yan Zeng
Course : Introduction to the American Education System
Individuals Apply to Schools Professionally
Target students: Parents and Students
As a Student and Parent:
- Do you want to apply successfully for schools without an agent?
- Do you want to get involved in the whole process and be in control of your application?
Congratulations! You have come to the right class.
If you are a parent and a student, Davis College is an excellent choice.
Length of course: 30 classes, 45 minutes each
In this course:
- You will learn how to choose and apply to the school that best suits your needs.
- You will learn how to apply to schools without an agent.
- You will save money.
- You will be able to identify professional agents should you need their assistance.
Your success is our priority!
We have the same goal:
Ensuring that each student’s unique educational needs are met.
Class 1 American Education System Overview (High School, College and University)
Class 2 Two-year College Overview
Class 3 Two- year College Overview (con’t)
Davis College & 2+2 Program
Class 4 College/University Transfer Offer
Class 5 College Application Sample (Associate degree)
Class 6 College Application Sample (con’t ) (Associate degree & HSCP)
Class 7 University Application Sample (Undergraduate)
Class 8 Evaluation, Preparation & Application
Class 9 Recommendation Letter Sample
Class 10 English Requirements and Placement Test
Class 11 English Language Program (ELP)
Class 12 Study Plan, Advising, Tutoring and Student Peer Advising
Class 13 Campus Resources
Class 14 Running Start and High School Completion Program in College
Class 15 Majors, Minors, and Certificates
Class 16 Common Application System in College/University Application
Class 17 Common Application System in College/University Application (con’t)
Class 18 Personal Statement (PS)
Class 19 Orientation and Cultural Understanding
Class 20 Syllabus-Very Important
Class 21 I-20, Campus Jobs, OPT, CPT, and Work Permit
Class 22 Public & Private School Overview
Class 23 Preparation and Application for Private Schools
Class 24 High School Interview Preparation and Practice
Class 25 ELL, ESL & Bridge Programs
Class 26 Honor Program
Class 27 Housing, Homestay and Health Insurance
Class 28 30 Answers You Must Know if You Study in America
Class 29 30 Answers You Must Know if You Study in America (con’t)
Class 30 Important Websites You Must Know
The textbook of 30 Answers You Must Know if You Study in America written by Prof. Yan Zeng will be used in classes.
30 Answers You Must Know if You Study in America
Chapter 1 How Can I Apply for A Top University without Providing A TOEFL Or IELTS Score?
Chapter2 How Can I Get A High School Diploma from A College?
Chapter 3 What Should I Do if I Am Unable to Attend Due To Unforeseen Medical Circumstances?
Chapter 4 Why Does The Transfer Student Rate Seem Higher When Transferring To A University from A College with An Associate’s Degree Than from A High School Entering As A Freshman?
Chapter 5 Can My Tuition Be Paid in Installments?
Chapter 6 What Should Parents Do If They Can’t Reach Their Children?
Chapter 7 Are All Students Able To Live in Dormitory Housing after Admission?
Chapter 8 What Should I Do if I Receive A Warning from The School?
Chapter 9 What Should I Do if My I-20 Is Terminated?
Chapter 10 What Documents Do I Need to Transfer to Other American Schools?
Chapter11 Why Does It Seem Easier To Get A Higher Grade in Certain Colleges?
Chapter 12 What Are the Main Legal Points on The I-20 That Students Must Know?
Chapter 13 Why Do I Need to Take Another Test When I Declare My Major?
Chapter 14 Can I Get A Refund for My Tuition if I Am Unable To Attend?
Chapter 15 Why Do Students Get Higher Scores for TOEFL After Taking College Courses?
Chapter 16 How Do Some Students Graduate from Top Universities at Only 19 Years Old?
Chapter 17 Is It Possible for Parents To Accompany Their Children While They Study in America?
Chapter 18 What Advantages Do Community Colleges Offer?
Chapter 19 Why Do Some Schools Have Different Requirements for Vaccines?
Chapter 20 Why Can’t Parents Check Their Children’s Grades and Transcripts in College?
Chapter 21 How Much Money Is Appropriate to Bring When I Come to The U.S.?
Chapter 22 How Could She Get A High School Diploma after She Graduated from College?
Chapter 23 What Is A Syllabus?
Chapter 24 Why Won’t the School Accept My Bank Statement?
Chapter 25 How Could A 15 Year-old International Student Get Admission and An I-20 from A College?
Chapter 26 What Is A Good Way to Find Out The Ranking Of A School for My Particular Area of Interest?
Chapter 27 How Can A Tourist Visa Be Converted Into A Student Visa?
Chapter 28 Why Is University Admission Different from Department Admission?
Chapter 29 What Should You Write about in A Personal Statement?
Chapter 30 How Does My Child Apply for a Public Middle School?
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