Category: MBA (page 1 of 23)

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

Study in USA Guide for Indian Students

The USA tops the list of study abroad destinations. When you plan to study overseas, the superlative decision of most of the Indian students would be the USA. Whether you are planning to pursue your undergrad or MS, the USA is the first choice for Indian students. Reason – the American education system is flexible, versatile and offers umpteen courses to international students. Read more

MBA at university of British Columbia: 10 most pressing questions answered!

University of British Columbia has consistently ranked among the top three universities in Canada. Established in 1908, this public university is located in Point Grey almost 10 kms from downtown Vancouver. It also has a campus in Okanangan, next to Kelowna International Airport. Read more

Booth School of Business, University of Chicago – MBA eligibility, fees, curriculum & more

Imagine learning international finance from former RBI governor, Raghuram Rajan…that’s Chicago Booth for you! Recently making headlines for highest ever bump in MBA salaries, Booth is every high flying MBA aspirant’s dream. A member of the prestigious M7 Business Schools, Booth is the second oldest b-school in the US. It has consistently ranked among the top 3 B-schools by US News & World Report, Forbes and the Economist. Chicago-Booth offers full-time MBA, part-time evening MBA, weekend MBA and Executive MBA. Read more

Explore MBA at Babson College: Eligibility, Application Process, Fees and more!

Babson College was founded in the year 1919 by Roger Babson. At that time it was light years ahead in comparison with other similar institutes, because it offered a curriculum that was uh, strictly business! The curriculum was divided into four subject areas: practical economics, financial management, business psychology and personal efficiency. As a student, you would be taught real-world business strategies by seasoned businessmen. You would have an office desk with a telephone, typewriter, adding machine, Dictaphone and even a personal secretary to type your assignments! Read more

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