The decision to study abroad is an important decision to say the least. A right decision can take your career to new heights but at the same time, a wrong one can set you behind by a huge amount of money, a few wasted years, and most importantly, a career setback. That is a cost beyond all recompense. There are many factors, which one should consider while studying abroad. Every student has his own background, expectations from studying abroad, financial capacity, and aspirations. Therefore, the process of going abroad has to be completed with utmost care.
RTCD excels in evaluating and creating “w-holistic” as well as financially viable career development plans that seeks to address your career aspirations, while factoring in crucial elements like your interests and aptitude. RTCD has extensive experience of having successfully guided candidates from various - career levels (high school students - working professionals), nationalities and demographics.
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Statistics show that students who follow the RTCD methodology can improve their scores anywhere between 20-50%. However examinations like SAT, GRE & GMAT are aptitude tests, so though following the training regimen prescribed by RTCD has a proven track record of improving scores, the extent of improvement is dictated by various factors, not the least of which is the extent of student’s efforts.
No and neither are scores an absolute criteria, but it is one of the 4 critical factors that determine the “quality/ strength” of your application. So a great score in isolation does not gurantee admission to a “certain” college, and likewise the converse is also true, i.e. a few points less in your test does not scuttle your chances if other credentials are far above average.
The answer to this question in contingent upon various factors, like the colleges and programs one plans to apply to, but the following extreme case scenarios are pretty much the universal rule of the thumb.

Students applying for Bachelors program (After 12th High School): Ideally – immediately after passing 10th grad. Minimum - 6 months prior to the intended semester of enrollment.

Post Graduate (Masters) Programs: Ideally - during the 3rd year of the Bachelors Program. Minimum – 6 months prior to intended semester of enrollment

MBA: Ideally 12-18 months prior to the intended date of joining. Minimum – 8 months prior to the intended semester of enrollment.