|11-29-2011, 03:33 AM||#21|
The Great John L.
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and if it was through finding work how much easier would you say your process to get a green card was then theirs?
|11-29-2011, 03:50 AM||#22|
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Listened to the Demo only 2 times and pretty much knew all 100 questions.
For those who didn't know, they don't ask you all 100. Just 10. They pick out 10 questions randomly from the 100 and I knew all of them.
Then a quick Linguistics test with some guy saying a few random sentences, and you writing them down to check your grammar. Then showing him that you can read English also. And that's it. The test should be easy for all young people, who speak fluently and have an Average IQ. It's older people that struggle a bit, because their brain is set on their home language. My mother studied quite a bit until she mostly had it all down.
Not sure how much it cost me, I forgot, but from what I recall the price did go up from previous years.
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