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Axe those G-MAT Anxieties

Exams are congruous with anxiety. The exam induced anxiety can work as motivator as well as performance dampener. To use it to one’s advantage one can abide by following pointers. The pointers laid down below aim to harness positive aspect of anxiety and reducing its negative side. Craft out a strategy- To combat G-MAT by […]

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WIN THE GMAT BATTLE

With the introduction of a new section called “integrated reasoning”, the format of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) has change. The new section has replaced one essay in the analytical writing assessment section of the paper with a set of 12 questions. Till now, students were required to write two essays. After a survey […]

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What Are The Key Differences Between a 700 Score and a 760 Score on GMAT

Many a times test takers ask what the real difference is between certain scores on the GMAT. I am taking two reference scores for this post. The reason why I chose 700 and 760 is because I believe these scores will place you in the 95th and 99th percentile and thus is a good base […]

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What Does a 700 on the GMAT mean?

Most of those who prepare for GMAT come with a mortal fear of the quantitative section. Probability! Exponents and roots! The entire section seems like a parade of horrors. Most of us commit one big mistake, spending most of our time honing our math skills at the expense of our verbal preparation. Obviously you need to […]

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GMAT Preparation: Learning From Your Errors

We make many errors in life, you’ll make many during your GMAT preparation as well. Errors can come in several different forms: careless errors, content errors, and technique errors. We’re going to discuss something critical today: how to learn from your errors so that you don’t continue to make the same mistakes over and over again. […]

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5 GMAT Preparation Tips

Alright, so you’ve decided to write the GMAT. You are just about to start preparing. If this is the case, then there are a few things which you should keep in mind. Apart from knowing about what the test is all about and having the necessary books, it is important to consider a few things while […]

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5 Tips for Taking Revised GMAT

The GMAT recently got revised as we mentioned in our last post. A new section called the Integrated Reasoning is now part of the GMAT. With the revised version of the test still in its infancy, the number of graduate business school applicants who have seen the Integrated Reasoning section is very small. Here are some tips […]

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The Revised GMAT

Future MBA students will soon have an additional section to study for, as the Graduate Management Admission Test has introduced a 30-minute Integrated Reasoning Section from June 5. The IR section will consist of four question types: graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis and multisource reasoning. Why the Changes to the GMAT Exam? The way we conduct […]

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GMAT Math – Problem Solving Syllabus

We have already discussed earlier about the “Must Have” books and how to get started with the preparation. We also gave you the GMAT Strategy Guide which gives a rough idea about the exam, its scoring pattern and what to expect in the test. I am assuming we all know that the GMAT consists of three […]

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GMAT Strategy Guide

Alright, so you have decided you are going to write the GMAT. You might have even registered for the exam. There are a few things about the GMAT which every aspirant should know and understand before you even start preparing. The most important thing to remember is that there’s nothing particularly difficult about the GMAT […]

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