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. Read more

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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”? Read more

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