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GRE! Are you ready to take the leap?

In a world where being good at something has history, where only the BEST is appreciated, all of us continuously strive to move out of the good bracket to reach the BEST! In the pursuit of being the best, we often think of a possibility of pursuing masters from the top Universities. If that rings a bell, then bumping into GRE is probably the best thing that has happened to you!"

By Manisha Shrivastava


Tips to Ace Quantitative Comparison Questions On the GRE

In my last article I had mentioned what is assessed through the Quantitative comparison questions on the GRE and why is there such a stigma attached to them? Herein I highlight the appropriate methods to ace such questions. Read on to find out! "

By Manisha Shrivastava


Should you take the Online GMAT?

In my last article I had mentioned what is assessed through the Quantitative comparison questions on the GRE and why is there such a stigma attached to them? Herein I highlight the appropriate methods to ace such questions. Read on to find out! "

By Mohit Geat


Do these simple remainder questions trick you often?

Recently, the online version of GMAT was announced: a temporary measure to deal with unprecedented situations surfaced as a result of the Coronavirus crisis. With this, you can take the GMAT from the comfort of your homes. Should you go ahead with this option?

By Manisha Shrivastava


What's right for me - 1 year or 2 year MBA?

After giving the GMAT a lot of students are confused about whether to go for a 1 year or a 2 year MBA program. It needs to be understood that this has to be a very personal decision depending upon ones unique journey so far and his aspirations out of the program.

By Mohit Geat


MBA With No Work Experience At Top Business Schools Is it Possible?

Deferred MBA Programs. It feels exciting to finally complete college, right? And I am sure many of you must be looking forward to that illustrious MBA you always dreamt of, but here is an ice-breaker! Most business schools require at least 2-5 years of work experience before you can apply to their flagship MBA programs as many MBA program strive to be diverse, choosing candidates from different background domains to enrich their learning experience

By Manisha Shrivastava


How to Study for GRE in 2 months

With 2 months to prepare a study plan for the GRE, you can think dividing your GRE study time into two parts. During the first month of your GRE study plan, focus on the strategic approaches to each type of question on the GRE, as well as the vocabulary and math content knowledge you’ll need to get questions correct.

By Karan Saddar


How does GMAT scoring work?

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is an adaptive computer test. It means that your score isn't based on getting points for right answers. These tests are designed to adjust their level of difficulty—based on the responses provided—to match the knowledge and ability of a test taker.

By Melvin Varghese


How Can I improve GRE Verbal Score?

Understanding the tone of the sentence is paramount in text completion. Identifying and understanding whether the missing word in the text should carry a positive or negative connotation is necessary to figure out the word.

By Melvin Varghese


How to describe yourself in IELTS Speaking?

The IELTS Speaking section of the test takes about 11 to 15 minutes and is primarily conducted like an interview by an examiner. The candidates are assessed based on their fluency, coherence, grammar, accuracy, and pronunciation. This Speaking Test is conducted by the examiner in three parts and the entire conversation is recorded.

By Melvin Varghese

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