Do you want to ace your gmat

Do You Want to Ace Your GMAT?

Getting into MBA is one of those dreams that serious entrepreneurs and business-minded people would like to achieve. It will surely give them the edge when it comes to strategizing for the perfect money-making machine and it would surely make their resumes look better than most. However, getting into the best MBA school proves to be harder than it is. Of course, you would have to have passed your college course with flying colors and ace your GMAT afterwards as well.

For those who have already graduated from college and are thinking of shopping for the best MBA school, then this post is for you. Once you have your eye set out for a particular school, it’s then time to prepare for GMAT. It’s not enough that you pass it, you’d have to ace it. This way, you get noticed by the best MBA schools and you won’t have a hard time choosing and getting admitted.

Schedule properly.

Three months would be enough to plot your calendar of study sessions and activities. This will help you prepare yourself not just mentally and intellectually, but physically and emotionally as well. Make your schedule as organized as possible. Be disciplined enough to follow it and stick to it. If before, you were quite lax with your studies, now is the time to learn from those mistakes and make the most of this time.

Get busy with test practices

There are several practice tests you can do online. Include this activity towards the final month of your timeline. Practice does make perfect after all, so please do so.

Remember your mistakes

As you do your practice tests, there will be items that you will find difficult to answer and from which you may incur several mistakes. On the other hand, there will be entries that will be so easy for you. Jot them down. This way, you will be familiar with your strengths and weaknesses and you will be able to do some more practices on them. By doing so, you can improve your score by 40 points.

Lay out your studies

Organize your studies this way: Kaplan Premier, Manhattan GMAT, or Princeton Review Study Guides

The organization or lineup of the GMAT is elucidated in these books. They also include the questions that each section of the GMAT will be tackling and they also explain which strategies you may use to answer the test.  When you finish all these books, you can then move on to the official GMAT study guides. These guides contain questions that were taken from actual GMAT tests.

At around this time, you are more or less familiar with your strengths and weaknesses. You now know that you have to work harder and spend more time on your weak spots.   This way, you can manage and budget your time better and spend a considerable amount of your time perfecting those answers that you always have a hard time getting correct.

More serious practice tests

When you do your practice tests, try to simulate real testing conditions. Have 20-40 problems in each GMAT category ready every single week and work on them every weekend using real testing conditions which means, it should be done in a quiet place with a timer at hand, using the Computer-Adaptive Test (CAT) with one fifteen minute break using the exact structure of the GMAT. Take the test for three uninterrupted hours.

By following these steps, your capacity for learning will be increased in preparation for the real GMAT test. Just keep at it and maintain discipline in your studies.

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