Even though you might be submitting a high GMAT score to your dream school, if you are not a native speaker, you will also need to prove your English proficiency. Asian Scientist shares some practical TOEFL tips you can use when preparing for the test.
Gaining admission to top business schools has never been easy, especially for international students. In addition to all the required steps required in order to apply, they also have to pass English proficiency tests with flying colors.
Did you know that some U.S. graduate schools let you bypass admissions tests? Anayat Durrani, contributor at US News shares that standardized tests such as TOEFL, GRE, GMAT should not deter candidates from applying to American MBA and Master’s programs.
You might be familiar with the VARK model, which identifies four types of learners: visual, auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic. Similarly, PrepAdviser’s preparation tools and resources can be categorized into three groups: visual, interactive and audio. All you need to do is choose the method that best facilitates your masters and MBA preparation. Below is a breakdown of our site and how you can access its various sections to help with your successful preparation.
Do you more or less understand a lecture but when you go to write down notes you stop listening? Note-taking is essential to the TOEFL Listening section and if you want to pass the exam with flying colors, you need to improve.