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.
What strategies are you using to prepare for the GMAT Integrated Reasoning section? Haven’t got any up your sleeve yet? Here are some tips and tricks from Kaplan to help you face the test section with confidence and ease.
Getting a high score on the GMAT verbal section is not about knowing complex grammar or having a strong vocabulary. It is all about smart strategies and time saving techniques. Attend this webinar to learn how you can solve all types of Verbal questions with greater speed and accuracy.
An MBA blogger, Grant Me Admission, shares his three biggest mistakes when studying for the GMAT. He realized that it wasn’t only important how many hours he dedicated to studying, but how he actually spent that time. His last score was a 710, and he is trying to analyze his mistakes in order to achieve a higher score next time.