Author Archives | Program Manager

About Program Manager

GMAT Reading Comprehension: It’s all in the timing

February 21, 2013


We’ve talked some over here about the GMAT reading comprehension section and smart study tips, and today we’re going to look more into the section, particularly in terms of timing. Here are some facts we have to remember about the GMAT and time, according to Beat the GMAT: You can’t go back. If you finish […]

Continue reading...

GMAT Preparation: Understanding Fractions and Staying alert

February 18, 2013


Lately, we’ve been discussing reading comprehension and circles, and today’s post on GMAT preparation focuses on fractions. I was recently reminded about how folks can be taking the test, thinking sections are going relatively smoothly (and even easily) and then be completely taken aback when they receive rather disappointing scores. Has this happened to you? […]

Continue reading...

GMAT studying tips: How To Avoid a High-Scorer’s Mistake

February 15, 2013


There are GMAT studying tips everywhere, whether it is giving you advice on reading material, or telling you to think like a computer. Applicants want to know how high, exactly, their GMAT score should be, and wondering if their own personal best even gives them a leg up. The truth is that high scorers make […]

Continue reading...

Global MBA programs: How to choose the right one?

February 6, 2013

1 Comment

A lot of applicants today are looking at global MBA programs. It is a global market, and students want to be able to compete in it, and picking the right program is the first step toward that. You want to be able to communicate in that market, you want to be exposed to cultural differences, […]

Continue reading...

New GMAT test tips: Think like a computer?

January 28, 2013


Brian Galvin at Poets & Quants has posted an article providing some interesting GMAT test tips. The article, titled “On the GMAT, Artificial Intelligence Wins,” argues that preparing for the GMAT is “less about being programmed to solve known problems with known techniques, and much more about developing flexible techniques and mental agility.” Galvin, a […]

Continue reading...