Consider a scenario – You just finished taking the GMAT and immediately, your GMAT scores flashed on the screen. You might end up with a score better than you anticipated or may be lower. In either of the two cases, you might want to ask – How does GMAT scoring work? If this is the … 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
Everyone knows that business schools use GMAT scores to shortlist their MBA candidates. Check out the average GMAT scores for the top MBA programs in the world. But beyond that, do the scores have any other purpose? Not many people know that the scores are also used by MBA recruiters. Yes, you heard it right. … Read more
Accidental MBA and reluctant entrepreneur, Achamba, has announced the launch of what he thinks is the best MBA entrance exam in the world. It has been tentatively christened as the Kick-a$$ Management Aptitude Test (KaMAT®).
It’s not a typical question you’d hear from GMAT exam takers living in other countries. However, it pops up way too often among Indian GMAT MBA applicants. When you ask this question on an international GMAT forum (like GMAT Club or Beat The GMAT), many international MBA consultants would probably not get the context of … Read more
With a great deal of significance that Indian MBA applicants seem to attach to their GMAT scores, many don’t bother much about their academic grades (GPA, Percentage) during graduation. Some do, and they are right in doing so, because the admissions officer looking at your essays and recommendations would also be interested in knowing how … Read more
Across the admissions offices of the top international MBA programs in the world, the expectations on getting a good GMAT score from Indian applicants has almost become an unwritten rule. And it isn’t always easy to meet those expectations.
GMAC, the company that manages the GMAT exam in India and across the world, offers additional insights on the test performance to candidates who are willing to pay for it. According to GMAC, this GMAT Enhanced Score Report (GMAT ESR in short) helps test takers who aren’t satisfied with their scores get additional information on … Read more
In a computer adaptive test like the GMAT exam, how you tackle the first few questions is very important. It can set the difficulty level for the rest of the questions. Our friends at GoGMAT continue their GMAT Preparation series on MBA Crystal Ball and focus on another GMAT time management strategy.
[Editor’s note: Don’t miss the new section towards the end, where we reveal the results of a GRE vs GMAT survey that we did in May 2021.] With an increasing number of B-schools accepting the GRE exam scores, candidates with vague post-graduate plans may wish to opt for the GRE rather than the GMAT. This … Read more
We have a new, updated version of this article. Check it out here: GMAT vs CAT For most international MBA applicants, the GMAT vs CAT dilemma is a no-brainer. Right? But you’d be surprised at how many folks who are just starting out have queries such as ‘Which is more difficult – CAT or GMAT? … Read more
“How do I evaluate my GMAT AWA essay?” “How can I get GMAT AWA scores for practice?” “Are there any free good online AWA essay raters?” These are questions that we got from many MBA applicants. So I brushed up my rusty programming skills, read up on the basics of NLP and created this automated … Read more