Preparing forcompetitive exams like GRE, GMAT, SAT, ACT and so on when English is not your first language can feel like a profound disadvantage. If you aim to study in the US then a test like GRE or GMAT is an essential requirement. While most Indians do well in the quantitative section, they struggle with the verbal or English section. The verbal section on these exams needs a high level of English proficiency, particularly in reading, reasoning and vocabulary. The quantitative section has word problems that also require reading ability.
Best Test prep Guidance for non-native English Speakers
A lot of students are under the impression that tests like GRE and GMAT that require advanced English comprehension cannot be aced by those who are not native English speakers. But this is a myth. With sustained practice, anyone can clear these exams. At Learning with Friends, we help you prepare for these tests by focusing on improving your English language skills.The verbal section of most competitive exams is a test of vocabulary(including idioms and phrases) as well as grammar. We cover both these areas in detail in our videos. By explaining basic concepts in Hindi, we help make English simple and understandable for you.
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