The primary objective of this test series is to help students and job seekers who want to clear the upcoming competitive exam that has English section.
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The primary objective of this test series is to help students and job seekers who want to clear the upcoming competitive exam that has English section. This course is designed for English learners who want a better understanding of English grammar, Vocabulary, Reading comprehension, Spotting the erros, Sentence Improvement.
1. Learners who are going to write any competitive exams. 2. Learners who want to improve the essential skills in Competitive English
Prepares the learners to give a confident attempt for upcoming competitive exams by providing appropriate coaching.
Learners develop skills in using English Vocabulary, applying grammar principles
“YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE GREAT TO START, BUT YOU HAVE TO START TO BE GREAT.”
250+ Practice Questions
Self Paced Learning
“ANYONE WHO STOPS LEARNING IS OLD, WHETHER AT TWENTY OR EIGHTY.”
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How can I learn general English for competitive exam?
Read newspapers and books regularly:
Build your vocabulary:
Possess sharp listening skills:
Master at reading comprehension.
Excelling at error spotting.
2. How can I prepare English for bank exam?
Here are a few general tips to excel in the English Language section of banking exams: Read and write on a regular basis. Make sure you do not spend too much time to answer certain type of questions like Para Jumbles and Comprehension test. Practice in a time bound manner and improve your time management.
3. How could I improve my English?
Don't be afraid to make mistakes. ...
Surround yourself in English. ...
Practise every day. ...
Tell your family and friends about your study plan. ...
Practise the 4 core skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. ...
Keep a notebook of new words you learn. ...
Do a lesson at least once a day.
4. Can I learn English by myself?
Learning English by yourself can be a challenge but it is possible. There are ways you can improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills — even though there is no-one physically around you to help you practise.