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6 Tips to Score High in GMAT Exam

Divicauce Educare 6 TIPS TO PREPARE FOR THE GMAT EXAM 1. DON'T UNDERESTIMATE THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS The GMAT tests an ability to communicate in the business world using emails, letters and press releases. Writing essays that cover an array of topics is one way to develop communication skills. Since the results of the Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning sections are combined, receiving a high score in one section will be negated by a low score in the other section. 2. PRACTICE SOLVING DATA SUFFICIENCY QUESTIONS These problems pose a question and then provide two statements. Test takers will then be asked whether the statements answer the question, one statement answers the question, both answer in unison, both answer independently or neither statement answers the question. 3. BRUSH UP ON STATISTICS AND ECONOMICS While there is no economics section in the GMAT, being familiarized with the basic principles of economics and statistics can be useful for interpreting and understanding the exam's business content. 4. PREPARE FOR COMPUTER-ADAPTIVE TESTING According to the Glossary of Education Reform, computer-adaptive tests "are designed to adjust their level of difficulty – based on the responses provided – to match the knowledge and ability of a test taker." Taking a simulated practice exam is one way to prepare for the testing environment. Veritas Prep and many other online resources offer simulated computer-adaptive GMAT practice tests. 5. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ONLINE STUDY RESOURCES Study guides and sample questions are readily available on the official website of the GMAT exam. Other online study resources include the Economist GMAT Tutor online program and Veritas Prep online courses. 6. THINK CONCEPTUALLY While attending high school and college, students learned to memorize information by reviewing notes from lectures and previous exams. The GMAT takes another approach by testing an ability to apply knowledge, instead of testing an ability to recollect knowledge. By providing variations of a single problem, the GMAT aims to test the concept itself, rather than testing a rule or process for solving a specific problem. 514-515, 5TH FLOOR LAXMIDEEP BUILDING, LAXMI NAGARNEXT TO V3S MALLNEW DELHI, DELHI 110092 WWW.DIVIEDUCARE.COM

6 Tips to Score High in GMAT Exam

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U.S. business schools created the GMAT exam in 1954 as a way to standardize requirements for entrance exams taken by prospective students of graduate business management master’s programs.



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