Category: GMAT

GMAT vs GRE 3

Every major U.S. business college now accepts both the GRE and the GMAT.  There are still a few exceptions (at the time of writing this article, BYU and the full-time Haas MBA programe not accepting GRE scores) but those are exceptions. According to a 2012 survey conducted by Kaplan, only 16% of MBA applicants have

GMAT vs GRE 2

GRE or GMAT? Educational Testing Service (ETS) commented last week that more than 1,000 plus business schools worldwide now accept MBA applicants’ scores from the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) instead of the GMAT.It further ignites the war between the GMAt and GRE. Both GMAT and GRE have their fans.GRE have more female fan following so

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

New GMAT from JUNE 2012

Most probably starting from June 2012, the GMAT pattern will change 1. Length of GMAT test would be same. The total time of the test will remain same which is 3 ½ hours, so the total time it takes to sit the GMAT will remain constant. No worries for banging your head on screen for

GMAT vs GRE

In the past, many students who were applying to master of business administration (MBA) degree programs had to take the Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, in order to be accepted.A majority of top business schools in the United States now allow applicants to submit GRE scores as an alternative to the GMAT, a survey

Australian MBAs

Now almost every university — and many private colleges — offers an MBA in one way or another. Even the Australian Catholic University has one. There are online MBAs, executive MBAs and MBAs done in conjunction with a juris doctor. There are MBAs that specialize in technology, although Third Degree wonders how these can be

GMAT changing june 2012

GMAT rolling out changes in test pattern by June 2012 The analytical writing segment going to be 30 minutes in length and only include one essay – analysis of an argument. The new version of the GMAT will include an integrated reasoning section. The integrated reasoning section will include 12-15 questions and will not be