GMAT Study Plan

GMAT Study Plan
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Before going into the GMAT Study Plan, few frequently asked questions first.

GMAT- Frequently Asked Questions:

What does GMAT stand for?

The General Management Admission Test or GMAT is a computer-based adaptive test administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). Contrary to popular belief, GMAT does not grade an examinee’s business skill or intelligence. Rather, GMAT is used to determine the analytical skills, problem-solving capabilities, and critical reasoning abilities of the test taker.

Launched in February 1954, GMAT was first known as “The Admission Test for Graduate Study in Business” (ATGSB) and was administered to 4,228 examinees only. The name was changed in 1976 to GMAT.

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How to Improve Spelling: 11 QuickTips

How to Improve Spelling?

Spellings do not play a significant role in English conversations, however, when it comes to the writing part, especially academic tests, they become a nightmare for non native speakers. Even native speakers often struggle with spellings.
Almost all of the non-native speakers are puzzled by the spelling patterns, since
•There is no logic in spelling patterns

• There are exceptions to almost every spelling rule
• It is difficult to memorize the spelling rules, hence need to take every word and memorize it individually.
Here are some valuable tips on” How to Improve Spelling”?

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Games to Learn English: Knowledge with Fun



There are different strategies to learn English language. The language can be learnt by reading simple English like in advertisements, product descriptions, and commercials etc. Watching movies, listening to the radio or simply conversing with others certainly improves your English language proficiency. These methods have been proven effective and they often produce results faster than other methods.
However, there is much easier and fun way to learn English fast, and that is through playing games. Fortunately, we have a great number of games to learn English, available online and offline. There are many different types of educational games that can be utilized by aspirants who want to learn English.

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How to Improve Writing skills in English?


How to improve writing skills in English?

When it comes to Linguistic skills and especially English language makes it a point to learn through one’s own conscience. Basically, no one is a born brilliant at writing. Even the most affluent writers or say established authors also have had to practice to reach at zenith of writing. In factthere are no proper defined hard and fast rules to describe a piece of writing as “the best”.

Now the question arises How to improve writing skills?

What can we do to brush up our written skills towards excellence?

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How to Speak English like a Native Speaker


How to Speak English like a Native speaker?

Some people will always have an accent when speaking English.

But do not worry!

Accents make us all unique and you can speak like a native by focusing on a few certain things.

1.  Pronunciation:

Pronunciation means being able to say a word correctly, naturally and be understood: when one learns to perfect his/her pronunciation they will have a much easier time acclimating into an English speaking Environment. Native speakers have special recognition all over the world for their accent.

Your pronunciation brings you reputation in your career, especially if you work in call centers and medical transcription fields. But because of the mother tongue influence, Non Native Speakers tend to pronounce words in a different way.

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7 Daily Activities to Improve English

7 Daily Activities to Improve English

Improving English skills enables you communicate effectively and keep you ahead in career. Unless you are a native speaker you certainly experience this question one day or the other.

“How to improve English quickly?”

This informative article is not likely to answer in regards to the part “quickly” but deals with a steady and consistent approach.

Listed below are 7 simple daily activities to incorporate in your day to day routine.

You need to

  • Include these seven activities in your everyday routine.
  • Make them your regular habits
  • Never give up, at the very least for first thirty days. If you are consistent, you absolutely discover how useful these simple activities are.
  • A calendar checklist is enclosed at the end of this post (in pdf format). Download it, paste it somewhere at your workplace and make entries every day. If you omit a task, note the reason for skipping it.

1. Read newspaper:

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Possibly  this is the most repeated advice and almost has become a cliché.

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How to Improve English for Competitive Examinations

 How to improve English for competitive examinations?

This article is dedicated to all the people who view English as an obstacle from passing their competitive examinations.

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 The main aim of this article is to help you improve your English skills for a better performance in competitive examinations. It is advisable that you embrace English as your language and make it part of your life. The reason behind this is simply because there is no shortcut to passing competitive examinations if one doesn’t practice and master the basic rules of English.

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10 Easy Ways to Improve Your English Vocabulary

Learning English communication skills and vocabulary is a daunting task for every one, especially whose mother tongue is not English. So, here are 10 easy ways to improve your English vocabulary and to make the difficult task easy.

1. Surround Yourself with English:

Do you know the popular saying

Burn your boats”.

When Alexander the great invaded Persia, he ordered his men to burn their boats.

He said to the puzzled soldiers “We go home in Persian ships, or we die”.

Now they are left with only one choice….they must win the battle.

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21 tips to get more marks in Reading comprehension passage.


21 tips to get more marks in Reading comprehension passage.

 Solving English Reading Comprehension has become an inevitable part of almost every competitive examination. The question that linger in every aspirant’s mind is “How to improve Reading comprehension?”

Students are habituated to solve simple and direct passages in their school days, but when it comes to competitive exams, the task becomes difficult.  Unable to understand the vocabulary (meaning of words) and concept of the passage, students become dull and uninterested in this section.

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Grand Mock Test on “Indian writing in English” For UGC NET.

 

                                  Grand Mock Test on  “Indian writing in English”

30  Questions

 

1.  Salman Rushdie’s third novel “Shame” depicts the political scenario of

A.     India                                                     B. Bangladesh

C.     Pakistan                                               D. England

2. The children’s fables in poetry “Beastly Tales” is a work by

A.     Rudyard Kipling                                   B. Ruskin Bond

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