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    areas [OF or FOR] improvement?

    Hello there..
    Which of the following is correct? What's the difference?

    "areas of improvement"
    "areas for improvement"

    Thank you.


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    Re: areas [OF or FOR] improvement?

    'areas of improvement' means the improvement is currently on going or being improved. while 'areas for improvement' nothing has been done yet


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    Re: areas [OF or FOR] improvement?

    Quote Originally Posted by srh jne View Post
    'areas of improvement' means the improvement is currently on going or being improved. while 'areas for improvement' nothing has been done yet
    .

    it is actually both correct, depending on what you want to say.

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