Gmat is changing on 5th june 2012… Are you ready?

Today’s business world is rich in data and information. To succeed in business, one needs to analyze information from a variety of resources, and develop strategies and make decision based on that information. It is Integrated Reasoning and it’s very important to learn for a business executive.

Beginning from June 5, 2012, the GMAT exam will measure student’s ability to solve problems of Integrated Reasoning.

The new Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT exam will contain 12 questions.

Section Format

This section will be multiple choice section.
The 30-minute Integrated Reasoning section will consist of 12 questions in four new formats.

4 types of questions will be part of integrated reasoning.

Graphics Interpretation: Interpret the graph or graphical image and select the option from a drop-down list to make the answer statements accurate.Need to analyze graphs.

Two-Part Analysis: Select one answer from each column to solve a problem with a two-part solution. Possible answers will be presented in a table with a column for each part.

Table Analysis: Sort the table to organize the data so you can determine whether certain conditions are met. Each question will have statements with opposing answers (e.g., yes/no, true/false, inferable/not inferable); select one answer for each statement.

Multi-Source Reasoning: Click on the page to reveal different data and discern which data you need to answer the question.



GMAT exam will be of same time as 3 hours 30 Minutes as past.

Just analytical reasoning section will be now only 30 minutes which was of 60 minutes in past.

New integrated reasoning section will take 30 minutes of analytical reasoning section.



Only 12 % students able to crack Pre entrance exam for Medical colleges

CBSE conducted the  the All India Pre Medical/Pre Dental entrance examination for admission in medical and dental colleges across india.This is a Preliminary examination which was held on 1-04-2012.Student have to pass this exam for appearing in  real medical exam which is going to held in may 2012. candidates who qualified in pre exam will be eligible for final examination. final examination result will be declare on the first week of june 2012. so after that counselling process will be start for college allotment.

This year in All India Pre-medical/Pre-dental Test (AIPMT) only 12 per cent of candidates qualifying. Last year, about 13 per cent candidates had cleared the preliminary medical exam. The successful students will now have to appear for the final exam on May 13.

This year 2,75,742 candidates had registered for the exam but only 2,57,960 candidates appeared. Of those who did appear, only 30,788 qualified for the AIPMT final exams. Girls just about edged the boys in the overall tally this year with 15,620 (out of 30,788) of them clearing the exam.

This exam is being conducted for the 15 per cent quota in government medical colleges. In Maharashtra the remaining seats will be filled through the MHT-CET exam slated for next month.

GMAT Participants in india are reducing…

GMAT is loosing in India the most popular exams of management students – the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) – is loosing its space India with 25,394 students sitting for the exam in 2011, while Chinese students are looking forward for this exam now with 40,069 candidates in the same year.

GMAT has been favorite ticket to a US college, a career and a green card, GMAT seems to have lost some of its appeal in India, where 30,633 applicants took the test in 2009. While the numbers are dropping in India, management hopefuls surged in China recording a 200% jump from 13,048 in 2007.


In 2007, India was ahead with 21,481 applicants. The numbers went up marginally over the next two years and have been sliding since then. This, when more applicants in the 25-30 age group are opting for the exam, according to the Asian Geographical Trend Report for GMAT examinees, collated and analyzed by the Graduate Management Admission Council that conducts the test. The percentage of those younger than 25 among Chinese applicants rose from 48% in 2007 to 77% in 2011. For India, that figure was 34% last year, down from 36% in 2007.


Reason for this can be better colleges opening in India as well as better job opportunities surging all over India.Where as in china situation is same or worst.As well as GRE and TOEFL are big challenge for GMAT