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This section of this website is dedicated to the GMAT. For those unfamiliar with the GMAT, this test is the exam necessary for entrance to most graduate business schools.
At present, the GMAT is divided into the following 3 sections: quantitative, verbal and analytic writing. The quantitative and verbal sections are scored on a scale of 200 – 800. The analytic writing section is scored on a scale of 0 – 6.
Most students focus on the verbal and quantitative sections. The quantitative section is usually more difficult to master for most GMAT test takers. While the test concepts of the quantitative section are usually no higher than high school math, the logic necessary to solve most of these GMAT questions can be daunting. As a result, many test preparation companies write extensively about the GMAT’s quantitative section.
Reasons to take the GMAT before joining the workforce!
- Jun 22, 2012 - 3:58:41 AM
If you know that you plan to attend graduate business school within five years of completing your undergraduate studies, you should seriously consider taking the GMAT right after graduation and before your first day of work. While I may be suggesting for you to delay or cancel some of your free time before joining the workforce, heeding this advice may pay great dividends for you down the road.
Why You Should Take the Free GMAT Tests at MBA.com?
- Jun 5, 2011 - 4:35:30 AM
Whether you are taking the GMAT to attend an MBA program or to pursue a Master of Science in Finance, you will probably study before taking the actual test. As you complete your online research, you will find many GMAT preparatory companies that claim to have the necessary study plans or books for you to do your best on this rigorous test. While you are not obligated to do so, it is a smart idea to download the GMATPrep software and to take its two practice tests, which can be found at mba.com.
Keep a Positive Attitude about Taking the GMAT!
- Dec 23, 2010 - 3:28:07 AM
Many graduate business school require the GMAT. This test measures your quantitative, verbal,
and analytical writing skills. Many
future test takers will need to study six to eight weeks before taking the GMAT. However, with practice, you can improve your
chances of doing well. Your attitude
throughout your GMAT studies can be a contributing factor to your overall score
on test day.
Reflections on Graduate Business Schools Applications!
- Dec 23, 2010 - 3:28:02 AM
Applying to graduate business school is no easy task. Each graduate business school has enough
variety in their questions to provoke hours of research. Then
again, why should the graduate business school admissions process be easy,
considering that so many talented individuals around the globe are competing
for limited spots in any high ranking graduate business school program?
What to do immediately after you take the GMAT?
- Nov 19, 2010 - 3:43:28 PM
Often, people have mixed emotions after taking the
GMAT. Some people are elated because of
their score, while other are saddened because of their score. Regardless of your elation or sadness, you
need to do something productive after taking the GMAT.
Why you need The Official Guide for GMAT Review?
- Oct 20, 2010 - 3:19:40 PM
Most good students in school review their class notes and books while they study for an upcoming quiz or test. Since you are preparing to take the GMAT, you must own The Official Guide for GMAT Review. Unlike other GMAT study guides, The Official Guide for GMAT Review contains former questions that appeared on the actual GMAT.
When to guess on the GMAT?
- Oct 9, 2010 - 7:07:22 AM
Imagine your GMAT test day. You have reviewed every practice problem in your study guides. In addition, you have completed numerous GMAT practice tests. Therefore, you enter the GMAT examination room with great confidence. During the test, you will likely find a question that is difficult for you to answer.
How to survive a bad GMAT performance?
- Sep 17, 2010 - 8:56:54 PM
No one ever wants to fail. However, even if you do not reach your GMAT goal, you are not a failure. In fact, you are a winner because it took courage to take the GMAT. Keep the faith! Do not let a poor GMAT score prevent you getting into graduate business school.
Thoughts about GMAT Data Sufficiency Questions!
- Sep 15, 2010 - 3:43:45 PM
I remember the first time that I opened the Office Guide for GMAT Review. I stumbled upon the section named Data Sufficiency. To my surprise, these questions did not want me to solve the math problem; instead, my job was to figure out if I had enough information to solve the math problem.
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