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    There are 2 well known entrance tests for admission to management courses: GMAT and CAT. Though these tests serve the same purpose, to test your ability to reason, communicate, and solve problems, they are different in many ways. Here, we will get to learn what the difference between these two tests are. This knowledge will… Read More »

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  • Choosing your GMAT test date
    Posted on November 17, 2020
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    If you are thinking of taking the GMAT exam, you very well know that you can take it multiple times and during time of the year. The dilemma is how do you chose your GMAT exam date? Well  here are some practical tips you can consider before choosing your test date. Know the deadlines you… Read More »

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  • Secrets to tackle the GMAT successfully
    Posted on November 5, 2020
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    You are determined to do well in your GMAT exam and have planned your preparation strategy right from following a well-planned study schedule to practicing extensively for the exam. Apart from this what are the things you can do to take your preparation to the next level and ensure success in the exam. Here are… Read More »

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    The GMAT Verbal segment contains a critical reasoning (CR) question. The section contains a prompt that poses some form of statement in CR questions. In this section you will have to examine the argument by strengthening it, weakening it, finding its underlying premise, etc. In the GMAT Verbal segment, you can find around 13 critical… Read More »

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  • For some non-native English speakers, the GMAT exam may be tough because it is conducted only in the English language. If you are a non-native English speaker, and you English is weak, your performance in the test may suffer. if your English is weak, everything you do in English will suffer. So, without a certain… Read More »

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    The GMAT exam’s verbal reasoning section measures your ability to read and comprehend the written material, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct material to effectively express ideas in standard written English. It consists of 36 questions which are multiple choices. Candidates are given 65 minutes to finish. There are three types of questions in the… Read More »

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