Category: GMAT (page 1 of 27)

Curricular Practical Training: Application, CPT Registration, and Rules

What is CPT? Is it the regular part-time job students take up at..let’s say American Eagle?  Well, unless you are a retail major, working at an American Eagle doesn’t qualify as CPT. And we have heard so many questions like these that it’s about time we clear them once and for all, shall we? Read more

Which is ideal: an MBA from India or an MBA from Overseas?

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is one of the most in-demand postgraduate programmes worldwide. MBA graduates are in high demand today and choosing the appropriate business school is critical to establishing a successful career after graduation. More than education, it may be viewed as an investment since you can expect to be placed in a reputable firm and receive a solid profile with a proper wage package after finishing your MBA. When pursuing an MBA, it is important to consider not only your specialty but also the school of business and location from which you are pursuing it. Therefore, many aspirants are unsure whether they should get an MBA in India or overseas. Both have upsides and downsides, so let’s look at some crucial variables to see how the two degrees compare. Read more

5 common mistakes that Indian students make in GMAT Sentence Correction

Sentence Correction (SC) questions are a crucial part of the Verbal Reasoning Section of the GMAT, accounting for about 35 to 40 per cent of the entire section.

And considering that English is not the primary language of communication for Indian students, the Verbal Reasoning section is always challenging for them. While many students get lost in studying arcane and complex grammar rules for Sentence Correction, it is important to realize that SC is not just about mugging up grammar. There is so much more to it! Read more

5 time management tips for GMAT Reading Comprehension

Time management is a crucial part of doing well on the Verbal Reasoning section of the GMAT, and most test takers will agree that it is also one of the most difficult aspects of the exam.

And, the one area where managing time becomes troublesome is Reading Comprehension. The copious amount of reading coupled with the tricky questions that follow can send you into a tizzy, making you realize that you have gone way overboard on the time. Read more

How to convert your GRE score to GMAT score and vice versa?

Applying to business schools or Master’s courses abroad? You will be happy to know that most business schools accept both GRE and GMAT scores. Taking the GRE allows you to apply to both MS and MBA programs whereas taking the GMAT opens doors to a host of Indian B-schools too. See the list of Indian B-schools accepting GMAT scores. Read more

GMAT Permutation and Combination Problems with Solutions

Are you desperately looking for practice questions on the GMAT club forum? How many questions did you find for the topic you were looking for? Are they any good?

Well, if you are scavenging for good practice questions you’ve just hit a gold mine! Problem solving comprises roughly 50% of the total questions in the GMAT quant section and in this blog, we will show you how to solve GMAT permutation and combination questions through some quality practice questions and their detailed explanations. Let’s go! Read more

How to solve GMAT Ratio and Proportion Problems?

Are you desperately looking for practice questions on the GMAT club forum? How many questions did you find for the topic you were looking for? Are they any good?

Well, if you are scavenging for good practice questions you’ve just hit a gold mine! Problem solving comprises roughly 50% of the total questions in the GMAT quant section and in this blog, we will show you how to solve GMAT ratio and proportion problems through some quality practice questions and their detailed explanations. Let’s go! Read more

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