sir will it be usefull if we study at newsland

sir i have just completed +2 which is beter course after this

0 47 Views | Posted 2011-09-19 15:43:30
Asked by aswedahmed

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    Adar Consultancy | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-28 15:29:55
    Hi Ased, Studying in NZ is an excellent choice because it offers quality international education and very competitive price. To know more about the advantages of studying in NZ, please visit
    However, what you shd study now is a question that you will have to answer yourself. Choose a subject that you will thoroughly enjoy while studying. Once you do so, we will be happy to suggest some courses to you.
    If you like this answer then kindly mark it as the best answer or rate it thumbs up. Please feel free to post queries if you have any.
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    2011-09-19 15:49:01
    Friend, Studying at Newzealand is a better thing only, but why you miss the best ones in our country. You may choose any course after +2 based upon your group which u take in +2 and which one u like the most.

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