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Way of getting success for an non-native English speaker

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Way of getting success for an non-native English speaker [#permalink] New post 27 Jul 2005, 06:45
Dear all,

I am German and I've been learning for GMAT for the very first week.

My question refers to all non-native English speakers.

How's your way to handle the Verbal part. So far I've had a lot of problems to work on the tasks well but I hope to improve myself step by step.

Especially in Critical Reasoning I am a little bit disappointed by myself because in the past for the university application tests I passed such a kind of exercises more easily (well..likley due to reading German)

I know my English is not the utmost as well but I don't know I think with a lot of work it should be possible to pass the GMA well. Eventually the Chinese have the best average scores and as far as I know they are not well-known of being good in English, are they?

Please let me know your experience

Best regards
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Re: Way of getting success for an non-native English speaker [#permalink] New post 09 Aug 2005, 17:28
Work harder than Chinese------- It seems like the only way!

dbr222 wrote:
Dear all,

I am German and I've been learning for GMAT for the very first week.

My question refers to all non-native English speakers.

How's your way to handle the Verbal part. So far I've had a lot of problems to work on the tasks well but I hope to improve myself step by step.

Especially in Critical Reasoning I am a little bit disappointed by myself because in the past for the university application tests I passed such a kind of exercises more easily (well..likley due to reading German)

I know my English is not the utmost as well but I don't know I think with a lot of work it should be possible to pass the GMA well. Eventually the Chinese have the best average scores and as far as I know they are not well-known of being good in English, are they?

Please let me know your experience

Best regards
Re: Way of getting success for an non-native English speaker   [#permalink] 09 Aug 2005, 17:28
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