FAQ

There is not a minimum amount of required study time. The program is designed so that the students will be able to adjust their study schedule to accommodate for variances in their weekly activities. The average study time for an AIS student  is 3 to 4 hours per week.

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What's the minimum time required to study per week?

We will accommodate your requests to the best of our ability. There are a certain number of mentors at each university. All mentors are trained to provide superior coaching and guidance to their mentees. Therefore, the quality of coaching will be excellent no matter which mentor is helping you.

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Can I choose my Mentor?

The Dual Diploma Program is currently designed for students who are studying a curriculum tailored for grades 9 to 12. Students in the 7th and 8th grades who wish to enroll in the program early may do so with the understanding that their online schoolmates from other countries may be 1 to 2 years older in age. 

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Are there age restrictions for enrollment in the
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Can I study using a smart phone?

It is possible to study the Dual Diploma coursework on a smart phone. However, just as with any other application, the same limitations will exist on a smart phone as compared to the option of using a desktop or laptop computer.

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Extra tutoring is available for all students. Students who want or need extra tutoring have access to both online tutors in the USA and in-person tutors in Korea. Arrangements may be made for group sessions or one-on-one sessions depending on the needs of the individual student.

Is a tutor available?

A student who has already graduated from high school can definitely enroll in the program and receive a Dual Diploma. The requirements will be the same as for any other student. If the student is deficient in some of the required courses then there is an option to take electives to fulfill the required curriculum.

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What if I already graduated from high school?