How to prepare for GMAT Exam?

By Silpi Sah

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer adaptive test, intended for accessing analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in English medium for the admission to the graduate management program such as MBA. 

The data revealed according to a recent survey shows that GMAT is still the number one choice for those who dream to take up MBA. If you’re really serious about business school, go for GMAT exam. Business schools understand that if you are going for the GMAT exam, then you’re serious about having a graduate business degree. It’s considered as a well-known proven predictor of your ability to succeed in your chosen program. But the question remains how to prepare for GMAT exam.

What are the advantages of GMAT exam?

1- It displays one’s commitment, motivation, and ability to succeed in business school.

2- It measures your special qualities such as critical thinking, reasoning skills, the two most relevant skills required for world’s top graduate business programs.

3- Gives access to the best-fit program through personalized program recommendations.

4- Opens up opportunities for high-ranking and high-paid jobs.

5- Business schools put high priority on GMAT exam to inform admission decisions.


Few Facts about GMAT Exam

1- For the last six decades or so, GMAT exam has been rated as the most widely used exam for MBA admissions.

2- 90% MBA enrollments are made using a GMAT score.

3- Nearly 300,000 candidates worldwide take the GMAT exam every year

4- 7,000+ MBA and Masters Programs use the GMAT exam.

5- 2,500+ schools use the GMAT exam.

6- Nearly 120+ countries receive score reports.

8- 700 testing centers of 120 countries administer the GMAT Exam.


Preparation for GMAT Exam

Candidates should start preparing around five months before their earliest business school application deadline. That, in a way can provide the aspirant about three months of time to  study and prepare before the GMAT and will have ample  time for your official score reports to be sent to your MBA programs of choice.

1- Need to work smartly and innovatively

2- Regular practice is a must.

3- Adequate knowledge about the examination format. So that chances for surprise won’t arise.


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Preparation for GMAT 2020

1- At least the preparation should start 5 months prior to your earliest business school application deadline for GMAT 2020.

2- Need to have time gap between your GMAT test date and your MBA application deadlines. This is because your officials score report will be sent to the business schools you’ve been shortlisted at least 20 days after you take the exam.

3- Need to study 10 hours per day and minimum 3 days in a week in the first three months and know thoroughly the gmat exam Syllabus 

4- Stick to a certain study schedule. Long study sessions may not always be fruitful.

Be familiar with the exam pattern

5- Analyze Your Strength & Weakness. Give more stress on the areas where you need improvement. A good way to check is analyzing gmat previous year questions

6- Brush up Basic Concepts: For example, if you are struggling in reading comprehension passages quickly, you should regularly read newspaper articles or other high-quality materials. 

7- Bring changes to your predetermined study plan if needed.


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