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Is there anyone who's not a native English speaker and had difficulties for preparing Gmat at first. If yes, please, advice me to overcome Gmat, especially verbal questions.

Ps. I got 7 in IELTS with 7.5 in reading 3 months ago. Now, I'm going to start GMAT preparation and have 5 months to do it.

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Hi Suhrobbek ,

Welcome to GMATClub :)

I like the idea of preparing for GMAT early because this will provide you ample opportunities to improve.

To start with, go ahead and give the first GMATPrep Official Mock (you can download the same from www.mba.com)

Once done, determine the weakness and start working on them.

If you are saying you are facing issues in Verbal, I would suggest learn the basics of GMAT verbal first and then practice strategically.

You can read the stories full of non natives on how people improved their verbal scores. (You can read mine down there on my signature).

If you take every step very carefully and drill down your weaknesses, you will improve very soon.

All the best. :)
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Suhrobbek wrote:
Hi there!
Is there anyone who's not a native English speaker and had difficulties for preparing Gmat at first. If yes, please, advice me to overcome Gmat, especially verbal questions.

Ps. I got 7 in IELTS with 7.5 in reading 3 months ago. Now, I'm going to start GMAT preparation and have 5 months to do it.

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As a fellow non-native, I can say that e-gmat's course is pretty good for verbal. However, a particular course might not necessarily work for everyone. I know a few people who didn't benefit much from the same course. You can take the free trial on offer and see if it suits you.
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