How Can International Students Use Study.com?

Study.com has thousands of video lessons that international students can use to brush up on subjects, get ready for study in the United States or use just to learn for fun. Just sign up for an account and you'll have access to all of our lessons, as well as to practice quizzes and exams.

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Here are just some of the ways that you, as an international user, may be able to use Study.com:

To Brush Up on Subjects

Is there a subject that you need more help on? You can use our videos to reinforce subjects that you already know but may need a refresher on.

To Get Expert Help

You can use our Ask the Expert feature to get clarification on topics from our subject matter experts. Even though you're studying online, you don't need to go it alone. Help is there if you need it!

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To Prepare for Studying in the United States

If you're going to be pursuing your education in the United States, you might find it helpful to study our courses as preparation. For instance, if you're going to be taking college calculus, go through our pre-calculus lessons to make sure you're fully prepared.

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To Earn College Credit

Some credit-granting exams, like CLEP and AP, are open to international students and help you test out of general education requirements. You can use Study.com video lessons to prepare for these exams. Visit the CLEP and AP sites to find out more about how you can earn credit and to see if the school(s) you're interested accept those credits.

To Learn Just For Fun

You never need to stop learning. You can use Study.com to learn about a variety of topics that interest you.

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Visit our course index page and select a course to get started.

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