Madan Mohan Reddy #CM #CM

4 months ago

What You NEED Before You Leave for the US - Part 2

Here is the part 1 link==> https://yocket.com/feed/what-you-need-before-you-leave-for-the-us-part-1-715348 part 2 starts here: ===>(4) Phone Plans:==> You will need a SIM card with international roaming for the first few days. But this will be quite expensive, so get an American SIM card and sign up to a cell phone plan as soon as possible. You can get SIM card even still you are in India using Zolve follow this link to sign up https://zolve.page.link/FR9ZP3LYtLpPZDdB9 ===>(5)Food & Cooking:==> Learn to cook, especially if you are a vegetarian or vegan, as those options tend to be limited and/or costlier. The bigger cities usually have Indian stores with most of the Indian cooking essentials on offer. Your nearest Indian store will be a regular destination for you there, so get familiar with it! If you choose on-campus accommodation, you will not need to take a lot of cooking items from home. But some of the things most students carry with them are: ==>(a)Pressure Cooker:=> A 3-liter one should be good enough for a meal for three people. Indian-style pressure cookers are hard to find (or extremely costly) in the US. ==>(b)Rolling Pin:=> For making rotis and parathas. ==>(c)Homemade Spices Trust me, you are bound to get nostalgic about the way your mom cooked back at home. ==>(d): Indian Snacks==> For the initial days of hunger pangs. ===>(6): Weather-appropriate Clothing==> Check the local weather all around the year to sort out the kind of clothes you need more of. For winter clothes, I would suggest buying winter jackets and boots in the US, as the quality of warm clothes in India are insufficient for the extremely cold temperatures in many parts of the US. These are the basics you should pack with you: Keep a few t-shirts, jeans, some formal wear, nightwear, jackets, slippers, and shoes. Figure out your US size of clothes and shoes, as it is different from India’s sizes. Pack in a few bed sheets and covers, depending on how much space you have left in your luggage. Read through my other posts. I hope it might helpful for you. https://yocket.com/feed/documents-needed-for-f1-visa-application-715137 ==> https://yocket.com/feed/documents-required-for-visa-biometrics-appointment-715272 ==> https://yocket.com/feed/best-deals-on-us-flight-tickets-715318 ==> https://yocket.com/feed/difference-between-on-and-off-campus-accommodation-715151 ==> https://yocket.com/feed/check-visa-updates-715327 ==> https://yocket.com/feed/want-to-know-difference-between-public-private-university-715115

9
3 comments

Let’s keep Yocket clean, warm and supportive. Kindly adhere to our Community Guidelines when sharing posts.

Profile Image

Madan Mohan Reddy #CM #CM Author

4 months ago

If you open the post using laptop you can be able to click on the links of other posts.

1
Profile Image

Akhila Ra

4 months ago

Thank you

Profile Image

Madan Mohan Reddy #CM #CM Author

4 months ago

Seems like links are not clickable in the post. Attempting to post these links in the comment to check whether they are clickable and able to navigate. This is the Part 1 link of previous post: https://yocket.com/feed/what-you-need-before-you-leave-for-the-us-part-1-715348 other posts as follows => https://yocket.com/feed/documents-needed-for-f1-visa-application-715137 ==> https://yocket.com/f See more

1