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Using the Scratchpaper and Noteboard effectively: The Rule of Three

You might have heard that all the golden rules come in threes. This, surprisingly, is also applicable to test takers on the day of the test. The rule of three or power of three is a writing principle that suggests that things that come in threes are funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than other numbers of things. This is especially true when practicing for or attempting the actual GMAT. In this post, we will look at three golden rules that concern

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Ace the New SAT Essay Task

In another post, All about the SAT ESSAY, we learned what the new SAT essay is, in a nutshell. In this post let us understand the insights of this portion and let us learn how to ace the new SAT task . As seen in previous post, SAT essay doesn’t test you only on…..

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All about the New SAT Essay

SAT as you know, has been redesigned in 2016. Along with the entire test, the Essay section is also revamped and overhauled. The redesigned SAT Essay asks you to use your reading, analysis, and writing skills. Though the premise sounds simple enough, there is much confusion and apprehension about preparing for, and approaching the SAT Essay task. Through this article, lets check out what changes have happened……

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How to: Score a 720+ on the GMAT

Contrary to what you might believe, someone who scores a 720+ on the GMAT isn’t necessary a genius with an extraordinary IQ; neither is he necessarily a master of theoretical Math or English. In fact, many of the high scorers on GMAT aren’t too proficient with advanced math or even with advanced grammar……

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IELTS Strategy: Construct a passage map for higher scores

An IELTS Reading passage asks 13 to 14 questions per passage. This means that the person should be well acquainted with the passage before jumping on to the details to find the answer. This can be done only if we can retain the information given in the passage and work towards digging our answers for those 14 question through the mire of 500-700 words. If you don’t have a handle on….

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