Regarding admission to top 10 universitiesWatch
actually we are applying for the top 10 universities of the world .she got 250+ certificates...worked as secretary general for model united nations .worked as president of youth affairs for various NGOs...got her ielts score 7.5 on 9.her 10th percentage is 96%...published two papers on computer science...wrote two books ...we want help in essay and the whole process of application ..we need suggestions of how can she make her application weight heavier
Edinburgh and LSE aren't typically in the top 10 Worldwide. The top two in the UK, that are top 10 Worldwide, are Oxford and Cambridge, which you haven't included - odd.
Given that you've not listed any subject qualifications (or SAT/ACT), I'm sceptical as to the seriousness of this thread.
LSE i am planning to apply data science ..I have not mentioned computer science particularly for LSE .I am so sorry that I have not mentioned SAT she secured 1550
If you apply for data science at LSE with a computer science PS then your chances of an offer are very small
It might depend on what country your sister is from, but you have to apply through UCAS in most cases. This is a website where you can apply to 5 universities in the UK. You will have to write a personal statement which is 4000 characters long if I remember correctly. You can watch some videos about this on Youtube. Your sister should include all of her achievements.
For the US, you have to apply to each university separately and it usually costs quite a lot of money. Each university has a separate admissions process so follow the instructions on their website and you'll be fine.
Here are the ones I found:
That being said it is not necessary for your sister to just apply to the top 10. Most high ranking universities will be just as good.
It boils down to listing all your academic qualifications and writing a personal statement that demonstrates interest and suitability for the course that is being applied for. You can apply for five courses via UCAS, but you only get one statement for all of them.