Category: GMAT (page 1 of 23)

How to crack GMAT in 2 months?

GMAT is a standardized test that is taken by over 200,000 students and working professionals applying to MBA colleges in India and abroad. GMAT opens doors to more than 7000 business programs across the world. The exam takes a little more than 3 hours to complete and checks your quantitative aptitude, verbal reasoning and analytical writing skills. Read more

What is the cost of pursuing an MBA in the US?

Looking for job change? MBA. Looking for better salary? MBA. Looking for growth opportunities? MBA. Looking to be your own boss? MBA. Indeed, MBA seems to be the universal answer for all those who are raring to go into overdrive on the career front.

And if you have set your sights on getting an MBA in the land of dreams a.k.a. the United States of America, then congratulations, you have already set the ball rolling towards success-osphere! Because this country virtually invented the MBA degree: it was first offered at Harvard Business School in 1908. Read more


Think of MBA abroad and you can’t help but think of GMAT – the standardized test that is your ticket to B-schools across the world. GMAT is computer-adaptive exam that checks your Quant and Verbal reasoning skills. Unlike CAT and other MBA entrance exams, GMAT can be scheduled as per your convenience, meaning that you can take the test whenever you feel you are best prepared! Aside from the regular test-center GMAT, you can also take the GMAT at home. Read more

MBA in UK without GMAT: Ranking, Fees, Eligibility for Indian Students

Taking admission in a B-school abroad without getting frisked for a GMAT score sounds odd, doesn’t it? The good news is that you can apply for an MBA in leading universities in the UK without ever having to take the dreaded test – GMAT!

So let’s talk about these too-good-to-be-true MBA programs in the UK that don’t require GMAT scores. Shall we? Read more

Top 20 universities to study in the US

Known for its diverse culture, amazing universities and a plethora of opportunities, the United States of America is one of the most preferred destinations of Indian students. As recorded by National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), around 4,000 educational institutions across the nation currently welcome more than one million international students. According to QS World University Rankings, 2022, the USA encompasses 50 of the top 200 universities in the world. Read more

MBA abroad? 11 scholarships for Indian students!

While an MBA degree from a renowned university can significantly boost your career prospects and help you strengthen your footing in the contemporary career landscape, it is still a distant dream for many since managing the expenses associated with it are not feasible for everyone. Tuition fees, high cost of living, health expenses, transportation are a few financial burdens which a student has to be prepared to shoulder while pursuing an MBA abroad. Read more

10 best low-cost MBA courses in the US

We are not going to bore you with the details about what an MBA can do to your career graph, because we know you know. So, let’s just get to the point – MBAs are expensive! As one of the most popular academic degrees in the world, it is kind of a given. The workaround to an expensive degree such as an MBA is not a Master’s if that’s what you are wondering. It is a thorough research of affordable options that can replicate similar results and that is (drumrolls) Low-Cost MBA courses. Read more

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