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hello, need some advise.

English is my 2nd language and do find the verbal section difficult. Do you think joining a GMAT class would help or would you advise me to an English grammar class prior to this.

Thanks in advance
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Re: Help [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2011, 00:07
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If you don't feel your English is strong enough to allow you to read GMAT material with decent comprehension, it may help to spend some additional time focusing on English. However, if you are looking to improve your grammar to help you on Sentence Correction, you are better off taking a GMAT class, so that you don't spend time on topics that are not on the test. If you haven't done so already, I recommend that you try out some GMAT Reading Comp passages and see how well you can understand them.

If you do decide to take an English class, keep in mind that the GMAT uses American English, which has a few differences from the English used in the U.K. If you decide to take a GMAT course, you may want to prepare by working through our Foundations of Verbal book. It's a great way to make sure you have the basics down before you take a fast-paced preparation course.

I hope this helps.

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Re: Help   [#permalink] 22 Jul 2011, 00:07
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