First thing about Pakistan: Its a 3rd world developing underdeveloped country. Broadband is expensive and the bandwidth and quality sucks. Poverty is very high, literacy rate is low and lots of health hazards lurk here and there. Main facilities like electricity and water often dwindle.so can someone tell me the pros and cons for an American students at KE? Moreover, on average how long does one have to study a day and are the classes really tough, why is their such a high drop out rate?
Right what ever u know and everything u know to help me get a good idea of if i would fit in KE!!!!!!!!!
American students are usually scrutinized by professors because some of them refuse to even try and fit in. A lot of them also don't study regularly and end up failing test after test and then getting it together at the very end. Study from the start and they won't show any sort of bias towards you; they'll like you a lot if you actually study everyday.i heard that the professors hate American students, would that grudge be held against me since i am applying and Inshallah hope to get in. I have a cousin in Alama Iqbal and he says it betters over their. So should i ignore the comments about how they treat Americans at KE or should I got to Alama Iqbal.I definitely want to go somewhere in Lahore, and those are the 2 best in Lahore, so what should I do?