GTE sample 12

My name is [name], I grew up in [home country] and attended school there until I graduated from high school. After that, I decided to pursue further education and broaden my horizons by studying abroad in Australia. I enrolled in a language course to improve my language skills and then followed that up with a foundation course. unfortunately, I failed some subjects during the study of foundation course. I identified the root causes of my study failure and take steps to address them in order to improve my academic performance. The reasons caused that fail include a lack of understanding of the material, difficulty managing time, personal problems that affect concentration, and difficulty with the subject matter. eventually, I successfully completed my foundation study.

Unfortunately, my grades from my foundation studies were not sufficient to earn me admission into the university I had originally applied to. This was a tough pill to swallow, as I had put in a lot of hard work and effort into my studies. However, I knew that I couldn’t give up on my dreams of earning a degree and pursuing my career goals.

After some research and consideration, I decided to transfer to [university name] that offered the program I was interested in. It wasn’t an easy decision, as it meant leaving behind the friends and support network I had built up at my previous school. However, I was determined to make the most of this new opportunity and give myself the best chance at success.

As I settle into my new university, I am determined to make the most of this opportunity and improve my study performance. I know that I will have to work hard and put in the effort if I want to succeed.

Obtaining a bachelor’s degree from an Australian university will highly likely be a valuable asset when it comes to finding employment in my home country. Employers in my home country may view a degree from an Australian institution as evidence of my dedication to education and my ability to succeed academically. In addition, the education and training I received while studying in Australia have equipped me with valuable skills and knowledge that are relevant to the job market in my home country. Additionally, the international experience and cultural exposure I gained while studying in Australia may be attractive to potential employers, as it could indicate that I am adaptable and able to work effectively in diverse environments. Overall, my bachelor’s degree from an Australian university should open up new opportunities for employment and help me stand out in the job market in my home country.

My family is able to provide financial support for my studies. I understand that it is a requirement of my student visa that I have sufficient funds to cover my tuition fees and living expenses for the duration of my studies. I am committed to complying with all conditions of my student visa and will make every effort to maintain my financial support throughout my time in Australia. I appreciate the investment that my family is making in my education and am determined to make the most of this opportunity to achieve my academic and career goals.