If you are in your final year of college, you could be among the majority who believe that the GMAT is not for them. It is not entirely incorrect - a good majority of the top ranking B schools in the world admit to their MBA programs only students with at least a couple of years of experience. So, why bother about the GMAT now? There are other options including campus … [Read more...] about I am in my prefinal year of college. GMAT is not for me!
GMAT Preparation Strategy
All of us have known for a while that there is a substantial penalty for not completing either or both the sections in the GMAT test.I have provided a simplified version of how the penalty works – based on the inputs received from the GMAT Test Prep Conference held on Dec 9, 2011 @ Gurgaon.Let us say I attempt 34 out of the 37 questions in the GMAT Quant section. And to … [Read more...] about What is the Penalty for not completing the GMAT test?
GMAT Data Sufficiency I personally love the 'Data Sufficiency' section - because it is fun to solve them ! Broadly two reasons (1) It probably may not involve as much rigorous mathematical solving and (2) Each problem is a field of landmines that the examiner has laid for the student. I have a feeling that even for the test setter, the data sufficiency section is the … [Read more...] about Data Sufficiency : A Quick Overview
Here is an insight from the official GMAT® test organizers - GMAC® - The graduate Management Admissions Council. The GMAC® briefing to the test-preparation community on the transition of the GMAT® exam to new vendors in March - April 2005 had GMAC® Chief Psychometrician Larry Rudner fielded a host of questions about the underpinnings of the computer algorithm that scores the … [Read more...] about GMAT Tips – Do not skip questions