Will it be easy for Indian students to fit abroad specially in America and Canada when their confidence level is not very high and their English is also not very good?

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Geetha Swamy Answered a year ago

This one is a strange question. Adjusting to a new environment is never a cakewalk. It requires guts, determination and a desire to succeed. Ability to converse comfortably in English helps but there are a lot of people in these countries who have gone there with very limited English. Students can take Foundation courses to improve their language in these countries. It also helps to build confidence.

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