How to succeed in your GMAT?
The GMAT exam is managed by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The GMAC has conducted this exam throughout the years for providing admission to the MBA program. GMAT is an international level examination. Through GMAT candidates will get admission to the foreign country’s institutions and Universities. Not only in foreign, but some Institutions in India will also accept GMAT score admission. In a year candidate can apply for this exam for the 5 times.
Here are 5 points to get successful in your GMAT
Before you start to solve a problem, always look at the answer choices. Sometimes, the answer choices gave clues to what you needed to look for in the solution as well as whether there was a shortcut that you could use to save time. Bookmark it that answer selection are resources too and they can sometimes help guide you on how to approach the problem which you going to solve.
GMAT often obscures data or hides information in the question or individual statements to try to trick you up. You frequently need to re-orchestrate or make an interpretation of the data given to really make it valuable to the problem.
Different occasions, the test will implant data in a single statement in the other statement, tricking you into supposing you require the two explanations when one of them is adequate alone.
When you think you have reached an answer choice, you will double check for any tricks or hidden information that might get you to a nearby answer choice.
You always try to read the question first and then skim through the passage to get the answer to the question. This strategy won’t work so well since many of the questions require an understanding of the passage as a whole, not just individual parts.
You should spend more time on the first question reading the entire passage carefully while actively looking for the STOP elements of Structure, Tone, Organization and main Point. This way, you had a much more clear understanding of the passage from the first read through and could immediately identify things.
By taking more time up first to read the passage carefully, you will found it much easier and faster to answer the subsequent questions about the passage.
First, focus on the specifics of the argument and ignore any answer choices that don’t directly address the linear logic of the argument.
Sometimes, an answer choice that more appropriately fits the argument’s reasoning turned out to be the correct one.
Using general strategy, you will able to much more effectively identify the trap answers that did not connect directly to the pattern of logic presented in the argument.
You should always approach sentences with the goal of creating logical meaning instead of “relying on your ear” or on idioms to correct sentences.
Instead of relying on a vast library of idioms, you should take a small subset of grammar rules such as verb tense, pronoun agreement, modifier agreement, subject-verb agreement, and agreement between equivalent elements. You will find that almost all of the sentence correction problems could be solved by applying this relatively small set of rules to them.
The difficulty on the harder sentence correction problem wasn’t so much that there were harder and more obscure rules that were thrown at you as much that the GMAT just put a bunch of junk in your way to hide where the real subjects and antecedents were.
You should avoid distracting information and sort through to the most important elements.
At the time on your study for the GMAT, keep in mind that the GMAT rewards this type of thinking and you will be able to tell which strategies will actually be useful on the GMAT and which strategies will not.