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GMAT ONLINE TEST re-includes AWA

GMAT Online exam now includes Analytical Writing Assessment that was excluded during the corona crisis. AWA score demonstrates the applicant’s analytical and writing skills needed to pursue a management program with flying colors. As several B- schools requested GMAC to include AWA in the online testing mode to bring the necessary uniformity, aspiring GMAT test-takers now need to attempt…

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GMAT vs GRE for MBA!

GMAT VS GRE As a considerable number of B-schools are now accepting both GRE and GMAT scores for their eclectic management programs, choosing the right test is a vital step in your MBA journey! If you aspire to pursue only the MBA, but not MS programs, it’s a better move to opt for the GMAT because of the relevance…

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4 Significant Pitfalls to avoid in GMAT-CR

To get the best percentile in GMAT verbal, it’s crucial to score well in the Critical Reasoning section. Here are some inherent pitfalls to avoid: NOT READING THE ARGUMENT BUT SKIMMING. Unwittingly, Some test takers skim the paragraph given rather than comprehend the argument thoroughly. Every argument in the Critical Reasoning section must have been edited several times to…

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5 Ways not to Handle GMAT Preparation

1. HOW NOT TO MAKE AN ERROR – LOG Preparing an error-log during practice is one of the most effective approaches to analyze and get rid of repetitive mistakes. However, It is much more beneficial to note down the lessons deduced out of the mistakes, rather than just the mistakes committed. For instance, if you have made a mistake…

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New Interim GMAT Online Test

Because of the closure of GMAT test centers throughout the world for ongoing corona pandemic, GMAC, the board that conducts GMAT, has announced that professionals and students who plan to take admission in top B-schools can avail the GMAT online test from their homes from April 20, 2020. This new interim online GMAT test is designed to furnish students…

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             GMAT test pattern has changed Number of questions on the test are reduced: The number of Quant questions are  reduced by 6: from 37 to 31 The number of Verbal questions are reduced by 5: from 41 to 36. This includes a 23-minute reduction in the exam sections, as well as 7 minute reduction…

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