As the saying goes – “No one plans to fail, but most people fail to plan”, planning their GMAT preparation right is something only a few people manage to do right. That’s why most people who take the GMAT fail to achieve 720+ score in their first attempt. (Read Dream score of 740 in 5 … Read more
With most of the top business schools across the globe requiring a 700+ score, GMAT is not only difficult, but also the most dreaded test for many. (Read How this applicant took 5 attempts to reach his dream GMAT score) Therefore, for anyone who is hoping to bag an MBA scholarship, or trying to make … Read more
Chris Kane is one of the most experienced GMAT tutors in the industry and takes great pride in his approach to test preparation. In this article, he shares tips on how to study for the GMAT, particularly when to study (and how to build a schedule) as well as how to organize your study time … Read more
Inspired by a perfect scorer’s story on MBA Crystal Ball, Sravan Potnuru set out to achieve the maximum score possible on the GMAT – 800/800. He shares his GMAT debrief and how he got the score with under 60 days of preparation.
When MBA applicants reach out to MBA Crystal Ball and ask, “What GMAT score should I aim for?” our general response is “Why aim for anything less than 800?” And while some might look at it as an elusive response, we do mean it. Thankfully we found someone who proves that with the right combination … Read more
We asked GMAT test prep expert and personal tutor, Chiranjeev Singh, to share a 2-month GMAT study that working professionals can follow without leaving their full-time job. 2-Month GMAT study plan for working professionals How to study for the GMAT in 60 days with a full-time job by Chiranjeev Singh A question that … Read more
GMAT Quantitative questions are normally considered to be easier than their GMAT verbal cousins. Most applicants from an engineering background score high on the GMAT quant section. But just because they are the low-hanging fruits, doesn’t mean you can take them lightly as a higher GMAT score would require you to crack difficult GMAT quantitative … Read more
GMAT Sentence Correction (SC) questions can seem difficult for non-native English speakers. But with the right practice, they are the easiest to fix to get a high GMAT score. The GoGMAT test preparation series on MBA Crystal Ball moves on to a dreaded topic on the GMAT verbal syllabus. With the examples used you’ll find … Read more
GMAT verbal questions involve English. And you’ve been reading books, magazines and newspapers in English since you were a child. But is that sufficient to assume that all that reading has made you an expert at GMAT English? The GoGMAT verbal experts, in their GMAT preparation series for MBA Crystal Ball, explain why the two … Read more
GMAT Critical Reasoning (CR) questions can be tough nuts to crack in the GMAT Verbal section. The GMAT preparation series on MBA Crystal Ball, written by the GMAT teachers at GoGMAT, continues with some tips on finding logical flaws in the Critical Reasoning questions with samples to explain the underlying concept.
Read our recent and more comprehensive article on this topic: Best GMAT Guessing Strategies and Tips The GMAT syllabus can appear to be vast and scary. So preparing for the GMAT test involves more than just knowing every GMAT verbal and quantitative concept perfectly. Knowing how to guess intelligently on difficult GMAT questions can save … Read more
As the urban legend goes, when CollegeKumar was born, he didn’t cry. Everyone in the delivery room did. And he’s never shed a tear so far, until now. After reading our recent blog post about worthless GMAT preparation tips, he felt a strange moist feeling in an unusual part of his anatomy – his eyes. … Read more