Many students we have come into contact with us for USMLE Prep, have a frequent question: “How do I know if your prep tools are best for me?”. In this article, we at LogIQuest-Kaplan try to explore few factors based on which you can choose your prep partner.Read More →
Quick question: Is GMAT exam a computer based test or a computer adaptive test [CAT] in any way?
Ans: it’s adaptive and it is question adaptive. That means, if you do the current question correct, the next question will be harder than the present one. If you get the current question wrong, the next question would be easier than the one you answered wrong. For understanding the factors affecting the GMAT score, we shall consider…..
One of the biggest reasons people decide to stop preparing for a test or examination is that they stop finding the experience enjoyable and as a result get severely demotivated.
To make learning enjoyable, it definitely helps if motivation is more intrinsic than extrinsic. That said, you can add these aspects of motivation to your learning:
Punctuations are extremely important. Wrong punctuations can cause ambiguity in meaning, or sometimes even completely misrepresent the intended meaning of a sentence. For instance, it can make a sweet natured woman come off as a heartless psychopath with a missing ……Read More →
If you think the PSAT is just a practice test, then you’re missing a key part of the story. The PSAT/NSMQT is a preliminary version of the SAT. It is meant to prepare students for taking the SAT (or ACT) by simulating a shorter version of the exam, exposing students to relevant testing material, and showing students where they need toRead More →
As a child, I learned one basic rule for the usage of commas: use them when you are not using a period(.). Well! I did try that, but it didn’t do any good. I did, however, learn a few hacks that help understand comma use better and as a result improve my writing substantially: here are some of those writing hacks I’ve learned over time.Read More →