GMAT is a wonderful exam that tests your critical reading (eye for detail), reasoning skills, especially on the Quant section. Before we embark on our journey to achieve a perfect Quant score on the GMAT, let’s get our statistics right first. The Quant section on the GMAT has a scaled score from 0-60. However, the […]
The aim of any standardized tests is to assess your current knowledge. The questions are designed to highlight common stumbling points in the way you think.
GMAT proves to be an eye opener for majority of the candidates with the only emphasis on critical (reading, writing, and reasoning) skills being tested throughout the test.
Self-analysis by yourself or under an genuine expert guidance is the key in identifying the root cause as to why you are anot able to improve on the GMAT.
Effective and Efficient management of time on the test day can really be the most significant contributing factor towards the score obtained on the GMAT test day.
GMAT Time Management Strategies and tips. Pacing on the GMAT is tricky for everyone and the major distinguishing factor on the score achieved on the GMAT.
Article about factors influencing the time frame for GMAT preparation phase. For every point improvement on the GMAT, one hour of effective GMAT preparation is required.
This article provides the strategies, methods and tips to be worked upon and mastered to achieve a great score on the GMAT standardized exam.