How to become a student?

Ksenia Gaynulina
Ksenia Gaynulina
November 4, 2014
How to become a student?

Anyone who has completed 9 or 11 years of secondary education can become a student.

A student is one who continues his studies after school in a higher educational institution or in secondary vocational education. After graduation, most schoolchildren seek to enter a university, college, or vocational school in order to carry the honorary title of student. But not only a graduate can be a student. The right to try to enter a university or institute is given to everyone, regardless of age.

What you need to become a student

You can become a student in several stages:

  1. First you need to choose the school in which you want to study and, accordingly, the faculty, the direction of which suits you best. Now there are so many different specialties, so it is best to study on the one to which you have the ability. In short, if you do not get along with the exact sciences, then choose the humanitarian direction and vice versa.Then the study will not be too difficult, maybe even easy, and when choosing the right specialty, the years spent at the university will be rightfully considered the most interesting and fun.
  2. To enroll in a higher or secondary vocational school, you need to pass exams, then apply to the admissions office. Also, you will need to prepare the entire list of documents that are required for admission. In the admissions office you will be acquainted with all the nuances, conditions and terms of entrance examinations, if you want to be enrolled not by the results of the unified state examination, but to pass exams that educational institutions conduct.
  3. After passing the documents and exams, it remains only to wait for the decision of the selection committee on whether or not they have accepted you. If you score enough points, then you can be congratulated for being a student.