Category: GMAT (page 2 of 23)

How hard is the GRE, really?

Are you planning to take GRE? Are you worried it is going to be difficult? Well, one thing is for sure, at the end of your test prep you will have the vocabulary to win the Spelling Bee!

As you might already know Graduate Record Examination or GRE is an advanced admission test meant for both business school programs as well as graduate school programs. Read more

How to get into Oxford University’s MBA Program?

A lot more than simple business skills are needed to find success in the modern-day corporate landscape. Being a world-class university, Oxford offers an MBA course that is specially designed for contemporary professionals and can allow you to be a part of a distinctive community. Read more

How to get into the MIT Sloan Fellows MBA program?

What is the first thing that scares you from starting college mid-career? Most probably it is a bunch of 21-year-olds making you feel out of place. Even though this thought should never get in the way of your higher education there’s a program that skips this conversation altogether – MIT Sloan Fellows MBA Read more

What is a dual-degree MBA and should you consider it?

An MBA degree in itself is a launchpad for managerial success. But know what’s better? A dual-degree MBA which not only launches you to top managerial positions but also shock-proofs you from contingencies while making you a valuable company resource! In a dual degree program, you’ll study two academic fields at once, and earn two separate degrees. Read more

What is the scope of Masters in International Business from US?

As you watch HBO, notice how more and more references in the shows are easily recognizable?

From Uber, iPhone, Forever 21 to consumer goods like Nescafé, Lay’s, Knorr, and Tide international businesses are springing up everywhere in our lives now. All this makes you wonder what does it take to make this happen and the answer is Masters in International Business! Read more

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

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