Category: GMAT

GMAT preparation – how much time do you need?

How long does it take for GMAT preparation? This is one of the most common questions I have heard regarding GMAT preparation. Unfortunately, it isn’t the right question. The right question should have been: “How long would it take ‘me’ to prepare for the test?” Just like any other skill, this takes time to learn.…
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October 29, 2021 0

GMAT 100 Days preparation plan

In this article, we will present a GMAT 100 days prep plan – in short, GMAT 100. Not only that, we also have a 30 days plan for the GMAT mock schedule. Before we begin, we will clear certain facts about how we schedule our classes. We conduct classes (each class of 2 hours) twice…
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May 7, 2021 0

Investment Banking as a career post MBA

What is investment banking?  An investment bank is a firm that provides financial service, and undertakes financial transactions on behalf of individuals, corporations, or governments. It helps in wealth creation and growth through investment strategies and risk management. This constitutes, what is commonly known as the Investment Banking Division. There are other divisions in an…
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April 24, 2021 0

GMAT & GRE Time Management Strategies

Time management strategies in GMAT or GRE also involves knowledge of the various concepts that are tested. Knowledge, practice and strategy should go hand-in-hand.


March 11, 2021 0
GMAT preparation tips

Six important GMAT tips to ace the exam

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer adaptive test taken for entry into top management programs worldwide. It is intended to assess the student’s ability in the Verbal Ability and Quantitative Aptitude. It also tests writing and data analysis skills. In this blog, we have listed down 6 main GMAT tips for excelling…
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August 27, 2019 0

MBA or MIM programs – a detailed comparison

MBA or MIM? Students appearing for the GMAT are faced with a common dilemma – which course to apply for – is it the MBA (Masters in Business Administration) or is it the MIM (Masters in Management)? In this article, we will try to put things into perspective and hopefully, after going through this article,…
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February 20, 2019 0
statement of purpose SOP

Statement of Purpose and how to make it effective

  The SOP or the Statement of Purpose is an essay required by the universities when you apply for their programs. The SOP is one of the most important aspects of your application. The statement of purpose is one of the most important tools that the college uses to understand you and hence, it attaches…
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September 6, 2018 0

US College Admission Process – A brief study

  The US College Admission Process The general US college admission process consists of a number of steps: Preparing for the GMAT or the GRE and the TOEFL (IELTS) and taking the tests Making a list of university and program shortlists Writing the CV, Statement of Purpose (SOP) and Letters of Recommendation (LOR) Applying for…
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September 5, 2018 0

Logical Reasoning: The easy way out!

  Logical reasoning tests mostly feature non-verbal content, requiring candidates to interpret and manipulate shapes, numbers and patterns. Logical Reasoning is not the same as logic games. Though the psychology used behind the two is somewhat similar. The logical reasoning section for CAT consists of 32 questions. Now, logical reasoning is both difficult and interesting…
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October 16, 2017 0

GMAT – Best 5 Problem Solving strategies

Problem Solving is the most scoring section of the Quantitative section of the GMAT. The GMAT problem solving questions, though tricky at times, are not as much as the ones asked under the Data Sufficiency category. One point to remember is that simply memorizing formulae won’t help much. One needs to develop a smart approach…
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September 25, 2017 0