i am a b.b.a.student and i want to do mba or i have no good english what should i do?

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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-12 16:54:45
    Hi Jitendra,
    I would say whether or not you are planning for MBA strong communication and language skills are of utmost importance in today's world of competition so you should join an Institute for personality development and language skills such as Inlingua, British English Academy etc. For more information check the link below:
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    Pawan | Contributor-Level 8

    2011-10-11 22:23:22
    If you are pursuing BBA in english medium then you can also passed MBA with your skills. But when you gone for a job in corporate world you should face the problem their with comunication skillls so join english speaking centre, speak in english in daily life or with your friends.
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    devendra pathak pathak principal and member of academic council BU | Contributor-Level 10

    2011-10-11 20:54:39
    you are a student of BBA. .BBA course als0 in English medium olny . for doing MBA you need to follow english as medium . you have sure practice to complete in good percentage . complete BBA in good percentage . prepare for mba entrance exams CAT /MAT or state pdcet . get admission in regular full time course in reputed institute complete MBA in good percentage . while doing this and little care you can also improve your english up to required standard. read good english news paper daily and regularly . try to do conversation with your friends who are also preparing there for examination improve grammar and vocabulary. su
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    Suryap2012 | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-11 20:30:01
    I would suggest you to join a good English proficiency course like the ones offered by Ascent, PT etc. SIde by side, keep reading newspapers, magazines etc which will help you enhance vocab and give sound examples of sentence structuring to enhance fluency. To get knowledge of low frequency words, best would be to refer Norman lewis and for grammar, Wren & Martin would be the best.

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