MBA without work experience is rare. Neither do many MBA hopefuls take the route of getting an MBA right after they graduate, nor are most good B-schools excited to admit applicants who come without a considerable amount of work experience. Usually, to compete with other MBA applicants who have at least 4 -5 years of […]
Students who were frustrated, angered, and anxious about using an online whiteboard, can finally take a sigh of relief as GMAC finally allowed the use of a physical whiteboard for taking the online test.
When making the decision to pursue an MBA, the biggest road-block that students face is cost. Getting an MBA is expensive. Since it can turn out to be one of the biggest investments a person can make in their career, making an informed financial decision becomes necessary. However, since MBA gives a big salary boost, […]
Students planning to pursue a business degree abroad often overlook some of the B-schools in Europe that have a great RoI. The programs offered at these schools have a great curriculum, experienced faculty, and are truly dedicated towards providing a global MBA. The icing on the cake is that even if you don’t have a […]
Here’s another gripping piece shared by our student Shrinkhla who has successfully converted 5 out of 6 schools that she applied to. In her previous blog, Shrinkhla shared some interesting college interview tips from her experience with the university adcoms and how she appeared for the interview confidently! In this blog, she is sharing the […]
A common issue faced by students preparing for GMAT is that they find themselves stuck between the 550-650 score range even after devoting months to prep. Most of these students have one thing in common – they directly jump into preparation without adequate planning and then end up making mistakes that keep them from scoring […]
This is a follow-up question to solidify your learning of Causal Arguments in GMAT CR. We have already shared a series of two articles where we learned in detail all about the Causal Arguments. To maximize the benefit and accurately test your learning of the concepts, solve the question first and then move to the […]
This is the second article in the series of articles in which we will learn all about Causal Arguments in detail. If you haven’t followed the first part in the series, you can visit the article here – https://blog.gmatwhiz.com/basics-of-causal-arguments-gmat-cr/
This is the first-hand experience shared by our student Shrinkhla who has successfully converted 5 out of 6 interviews! We invited her to share her experience of what happens during the B-school interviews so she can inspire other students like her! If you are nervous and excited about your own interview, we hope you will benefit from this post!
Anyone who is preparing for the GMAT is aware that GMAT Verbal and Quant scores are important when it comes to seeking admission in B-schools. But these are not the only sections on GMAT. Students appearing for the test have to prepare for two more sections i.e. Integrated Reasoning (IR) and Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) […]