Solve Questions Within 2 Minutes

A very common reason why students find GMAT difficult is that GMAT is a time constrained test. Given more time, many students believe they can answer questions with accuracy, but the stress of solving them within a limited time frame of 2 minutes causes them to trade-off with accuracy. Evidently, to solve every question on […]

Which round is better

Which Round is better – Round 1, Round 2 or Round 3

Here are the links of the previous two posts in our series of 10 blogs –
1. What is the best time to write GMAT?- https://blog.gmatwhiz.com/best-time-to-write-gmat/
2. An Overview of the MBA Admission Process – https://blog.gmatwhiz.com/2020/03/28/mba-application-process/

When to take the GMAT

When To Take the GMAT – What is the Right Time?

Here’s an answer to some of the most commonly asked questions around GMAT preparation –

What is GMAT? Everything You Need to Know

Most students who are new to GMAT tend to ask questions like – ‘How does the GMAT algorithm work?’ or ‘What is the Exam structure?’ or ‘How do the Verbal and Quant scores account for a total score of 800? This article will talk about the GMAT exam in detail and will attempt to answer […]

gmat vs gre which one to choose

GMAT vs GRE : Which Test is Better for You?

Many of the top B-schools today accept both GMAT as well as GRE scores for admission in an MBA program. So, when it comes to deciding which test to go for, most students have a hard time choosing between the two and as a result, end up preparing for both. This is both tedious and […]

Accuracy vs Ability: Their Importance on the GMAT

The GMAT is not just a ticket to get into your dream B-school! It is a channel that opens a world of opportunities for you, shows how motivated you are to get a business degree, and tests your problem-solving abilities! Thus, in order to prepare effectively for the GMAT, most students tend to set a […]

Importance of Error Log in GMAT Preparation

A common mistake that most students who struggle to score a 700+ on GMAT make is that they forget to include a vital ingredient in their study plan, i.e. the Error Log. While a majority does not know how to make an error log, there are some students who are not even aware of its […]

online vs classroom coaching

Online vs Classroom Coaching – Which is Better?

The biggest struggle for students preparing for GMAT is to stay motivated and maintain consistency in practice. But before they begin practising, a crucial decision that the students have to make is to decide how to prepare for the test. While some are confident enough to prepare by themselves, most prefer to seek additional help […]

Importance of Progress Monitoring

Importance of Progress Monitoring for GMAT

Most GMAT aspirants are very ambitious when it comes to setting a target score for themselves. Although a high target will keep you motivated throughout your prep journey, it is important that you take the right steps that help you achieve it. A simple trick to do that is to check your progress regularly and […]

3 Common GMAT Mistakes to Avoid at the Start

Once you have decided that MBA is your ultimate career goal, the next step is preparing for the GMAT. Most good B-schools shortlist an applicant basis two aspects – the student’s overall profile and their GMAT score. Therefore, GMAT gets a high weightage in the MBA admission process, and it is essential to score well […]