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  • The GRE exam is close at hand. The time has arrived to face the test. You have been preparing for this day for months. There’s no way you can expect anything lesser than perfect performance. But as with every test, here too, the eleventh hour makes a big difference. If you want to turn the… Read More »

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  • Good news flows from Canada and students the world over love it too. Canada’s plans and policies for international students make their study in Canada a perfect experience. So, students always look for what’s new from the country. The COVID-19 crisis has been disheartening to all who had hopes and ambitions to study abroad and… Read More »

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  • When the UK announced a points-based immigration system earlier this year, there were comparisons to other countries that use a points-based immigration system. One of them is Canada which has been using a points-based immigration system successfully for years to issue visas to immigration candidates. To make a comparison between the immigration systems and know… Read More »

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    Did you know? Interesting facts & occupations in demand in Norway. Enjoy the best of living standards! Move to Norway. NATIONAL HOLIDAY 17th May In Norway, most people speak English. Health care is more or less free for everybody. Norway has a low population of only 14 per kilometer. Norway has become a booming economy… Read More »

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    Canada is among the most sought-after destinations for migrating overseas among immigrants the world over. With a welcoming stance towards immigration and boasting a multi-cultural society made up of people from diverse backgrounds, Canada indeed has much to offer to anyone wishing to settle abroad with family. As per the 2020-2022 Immigration Levels Plan, Canada… Read More »

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    While it is the general perception that the verbal section of the GRE is more difficult than the quant section, but with a little bit of strategy and some extra efforts, it will be easy to 160 or more in the quant section and improve your overall GRE score. Use visualization technique If you experience… Read More »

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  • Anita Desai was born in 1937 at Mussoorie, India. Her father was D.N. Mazumdar, a Bengali businessman, and mother Toni Nime, a German expatriate. Her mixed parentage helped her learn multiple languages- Hindi, English, and German. Education Anita was educated in Delhi and studied at Queen Mary’s school. She did her graduation in English literature… Read More »

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    The Academic IELTS Writing test requires you to answer two prompt questions in an hour. IELTS Writing Task 1 requires writing a report based on information found in one or two graphics (for example, graphs or charts). Task 1 is an incredibly predictable exercise. And once you learn the basic pattern of a successful answer… Read More »

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    Several colleges have decided to let go of the need for SAT/ACT exams for students enrolled in the class of 2021. COVID-19 has led to the cancellation of 3 of the 7 annual SAT exam dates. Now that colleges are saying that students don’t have to submit scores, the question that arises is whether those… Read More »

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    The PTE essay writing question in the writing section of the exam is a challenge to students because they will have to know about the right way to express their ideas. In this question, you will be given a prompt of around 2-3 lines. Your job is to compose an essay of no less than… Read More »

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