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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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  • Do GMAT practice tests help?
    Posted on August 27, 2020
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    In order to do well in an exam such as the GMAT it is important to prepare well. Part of your prep work will involve taking some practice or mock tests so that you will be able to practice what you learned, discover your mistakes and most importantly get a feel of what the real… Read More »

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  • Time management in GMAT data sufficiency
    Posted on August 11, 2020
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    Students preparing for the GMAT exam very well know that the GMAT exam consists of four sections: Analytical Writing Assessment Integrated Reasoning Quantitative Reasoning Verbal Reasoning The duration of the exam is 3 hours and 7 minutes. If you know how to manage your test time so you can devote the required amount of time… Read More »

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  • Reading comprehension (RC) is a nightmare for an average test tasker because of poor reading habits and lack of vocabulary. As a result, this section which is commonly included in all the language proficiency tests and the standard reasoning tests proves to be a stressful one. In this article, we will identify the factors that… Read More »

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    In June 2012, the GMAC implemented the Integrated Reasoning portion of the GMAT. It was implemented based on discussions with business schools as well as employers on the skills that are required for success in both the classroom and the business environment. The segment is 30 minutes long and consists of 12 questions with 4… Read More »

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