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Gmat Study & Test Taking Strategies


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#1 bnscafe

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Posted 08 September 2014 - 10:36 AM

If you are aspiring to get chosen into an MBA"cambridgekipp" program, then you will be required to take the GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). The GMAT scores are an essential part of your MBA application and could very well be the deciding factor in your getting chosen for the MBA program or not. So you need to prepare for the test and know how to take the GMAT so that you have the best chance of getting a good score. Here are some tips to help you out: GMAT Study Tips Become familiar with the format of the GMAT so that you know what to expect from the test and which areas to prepare yourself in. Look up sample questions and retired "cambridgekipp"questions from previous GMATs. These are available online and in paper form as well. Although you will not be asked the same questions in your GMAT, reviewing the sample questions will give you a much clearer picture of the type of questions that you are likely to be asked. The Quantitative section of the GMAT tests your basic math skills. So if it has been a few years since you studied the subject, you may want to revise basic math topics so that your math abilities are up to date. The Analytical Writing Assessment section of the GMAT requires you to write two essays. So you can prepare yourself for this section by writing sample essays on topics that have been used in previous GMATs and also on other similar topics. There are many test preparation courses that you can join, which will help you in studying for your GMAT. All kinds of GMAT test preparation software and tools are available online for very low costs and sometimes even for free. You should take advantage of these tools that are great for helping you to prepare for the all important GMAT. Remember that although the GMAT is a test of your basic overall skills and not testing of a particular subject, you still need to study for it. Confidence is good but over confidence, which leads to cruising in for the test without any preparation, may cause you to regret your actions later. Start studying for your GMAT at least 4 weeks in advance of the test date. Test Taking Strategies Once you have prepared for the GMAT and are ready to take the test, you need to focus on the test and nothing else. Remain calm and do not be nervous (yes, easier said than done!). Here are some tips on taking the GMAT and some strategies to use while taking the test. You will be given the number of questions that have to be answered in each section and also the time available. Read these directions properly. Concentrate on the questions and read them carefully. Read all the answers properly too. Even if you think you have the right answer, read all the given answers. Each question has one correct answer and one that is almost correct. So see all the answers before sub College of Cambridge Kipp ting your response and do not gloss over any answer if you feel you already have the right one. To guess or not to? This is on everyone’s mind when taking the GMAT. Since your test score is lowered for every un-answered question, you may need to do some guesswork if you do not know the right answer. But keep in mind that wrong answers lower your test score as well. So try and eliminate at least one or two answers, (one answer is almost always obviously wrong) and then guess between the remaining two so that you have a better chance of your answer being correct. Once you have confirmed any answer, you cannot go back and change it. So think over the question and then answer it only after you have made your final decision."cambridgekipp" The quantitative section requires you to make calculations. Try and do only the simplest calculations mentally but use paper and pen for the tough ones. Mental math often results in incorrect answers in test situations. Keep the total time that you have for each section in mind and pace yourself accordingly so that you have enough time to finish the test. You are allowed to take only one test each calendar month. So if you quit a test or cancel it, then it is counted as a valid test but your scores are not. So be awareof this while taking the test. What Makes a Good MBA Candidate? This is what all applicants to an MBA program need to ask themselves when they apply to any ad College of Cambridge Kipp ted into their MBA program. Remember that the admissions officers and those professionals, who process your application, are also asking themselves if you will make a good candidate for their MBA program. As the MBA is a very intense program, not to mention very expensive are looking out for those applicants who come across as having prior knowledge about the program and are also clear about what they want from the program. As an MBA aspirant, you too, should do your best to be perceived as the ideal candidate for an MBA. The following areas are where you need to make your mark and put your best foot forward. The Application for MBA Once you have decided on some schools for an MBA program, the next step is to apply to those schools. Your application is the most important aspect, which will determine whether or not you are accepted into an MBA program. People think of the interview as the tough part, but if your application does not make you stand out as a great candidate, then you may never reach as far as the interview. Here’s how you can better your MBA application:"cambridgekipp" Have a really solid and complete application file. List down all your qualifications and your work experience in a way that complements them. Do NOT leave any part of the application form blank. The essay that is required with the application should be written sincerely and should be so compelling that the person reviewing your application finds it tough to put your essay down. Prepare for your GMAT test beforehand so as to have a high GMAT score in your application form. The letters of recommendation with your application should stand out from the others. Remember that only as little as 20% of all applications received by MBA schools, are actually considered further for the next stage in the admissions process. So make sure that you do the best possible job with your application so that it goes on top of the ‘in’ pile and does not get relegated to the ‘out’ pile.

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Posted 17 April 2018 - 09:11 AM

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