Category: GMAT (page 1 of 21)

Rotman or Schulich: Which is better?

Personal preferences aside, you might as well just flip a coin to find out which one is better among Rotman School of Management and Schulich School of Business. Rotman and Schulich are two of the top B-schools of Canada, with freakishly close rankings. So much so that Forbes and The Economist rank Schulich as #1 in Canada, while Financial Times and QS rank Rotman #1 in Canada. Read more

Are IGNOU and other open school degrees recognized by universities abroad?

Open school learning is hard, it was even harder when fellow classmates from different cities weren’t closely knit in a WhatsApp group. If we compare regular college learning from open school learning we will always find that the latter is disadvantaged in terms of exposure to teaching faculty, doubt resolution, resources to practice for practical exams, campus placement opportunities and obviously ‘the college experience’. Read more

15 easy to tough college interview questions answered!

College interviews are a means for the admissions committee to know about you, your interests and how well do you fit in their program cohort. It also allows students to learn more about the school that they are interested in joining. College interview may be taken by an admissions committee member, a person from the outreach team or even an alum residing in your city. Read more

What is the Duolingo test and how is it different from IELTS and TOEFL?

Due to the pandemic, standardized English tests have become harder to take. And for that reason, Duolingo test has quickly grown popular among study abroad aspirants. It is now considered as a replacement for TOEFL and IELTS examinations. Around 2,000 universities around the world now accept the Duolingo Test as an English proficiency test. If you want to know more about the universities that accept this particular test, visit their official website to browse through different colleges and universities available. And also, check out how Duolingo scores are used for college acceptance. Read more

What is MBA accreditation and why does it matter?

Time and again throughout your pursuit of an MBA, you would come across terms like AACSB, EQUIS, MSCHE, etc. This post is meant for students who are curious about accreditation and how it can play a significant role in choosing a university or b-school for MBA and allied courses. Read more

Top 15 MIM programs in Europe to look out for in 2021

Are you just over 23 years with little or no prior work experience? If yes, you might want to consider a Master in Management (MIM). For most, the term ‘management’ typically triggers either fight or flight. But what if there is another response? One that welcomes you with open arms. All you need is a deep-rooted passion for kickstarting your career. Here is a guide of the top 15 MIM programs in Europe to look out for in 2021 and beyond. Read more

How do business schools view GRE scores for MBA admission?

Business schools around the world these days accept GRE scores too for MBA admissions. Around 90% B-schools in the US and Europe acknowledge GRE test-takers. Consequently, the exam has been gaining popularity among many MBA aspirants in recent years.

However, the majority of business schools accept both GMAT and GRE scores for admission. In a 2015 survey on business schools and their exam preferences, it was reported that 74% of these schools view these examinations equally. Among the business schools that had no specific preferences on these test scores were Harvard Business School, Yale School of Management, and Stanford Graduate School of Business. And this percentage has been rising in these past few years. Read more

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