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Don’t let a bad GMAT diagnostic test score scare you

Here are a few things we’ve heard from potential GMAT test taker after their diagnostic test:
“I have a REALLY BAD Diagnostic Score. Is 3 months sufficient time to prepare?”
“With this Diagnostic Score I don’t see myself taking GMAT”
“I didn’t know I am so BAD at English; I couldn’t even finish the test.”
“I didn’t get even a 600; Am I the right candidate for GMAT? “
Are you someone with a similar thought in your mind after taking the Diagnostic Test?

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GMAT-Quant: “MUST BE, COULD BE, CANNOT BE”

‘GMAT is less about “doing math” than approaching a problem strategically’. The value of any strategic approach resides in its ability to let you get to the answer quickly and accurately than traditional classroom math does. At the core of every strategic approach is……

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Using the GRE Test Structure to your Advantage

The GRE, though, is unlike any test you’ve taken before. The test structure of the GRE makes taking the test a challenging and exhausting experience. For instance, the GRE is about 4 hours long… Yet, it’s not all bad news: the GRE test structure is such that a test taker who knows how to utilize the “features” built into the test, will always be rewarded

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Things you Must know about The U.S. Education System

Studying in the United States can be one of the most enriching experiences as an International Student. It may also be a dream come true for many aspiring students. While you may secure admission and eventually enter college of your choice, it is imperative to understand how the Education System works while studying abroad and how the grassroots operate…..

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