3 Jul 2015
Question about English (US)
There are a lot of misconceptions for being successful in an entrance exam. Some cases in point are: people usually think, one can just pass these sorts of exams by going to relative workshops and courses; Or they most of the time say, those who gain great results in exams undoubtedly were privately tutored; To name but a few. does this sound natural?
"Some cases in point" and "To name but a few" are my issues.
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