GMAT Scores: Important for Jobs, not just MBAs

Most only consider GMAT for admissions, when trying to fit in with their desired institution’s score profile. Yet, regardless of where you want to take (or if have already taken) your MBA or speciality Masters, you can use your GMAT score to stand out.

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Acing the Medical School Interview

Most students find this type of interview the most daunting as several interviewers will be sitting across from you in a very formal setting throwing question after question at you. Panels may consist of faculty members only or include medical students or alumni as well.

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Does the LNAT Test my Knowledge of Law?

We highly encourage you to read critically on a regular basis. You will not only hone the analytical skills that are necessary for the essay section, but also be familiar with the subject matter, structure and style used in the reading passages. How cool is that?

READ MORE >>

GMAT Test Format: Fact versus Fiction!

If you get stuck on a question, give it your best guess and move on. Leaving questions unanswered will affect your score severely. For example, if you fail to answer 5 questions in Verbal, it may reduce your score from 91 percentile to 77 percentile.

READ MORE >>

How Do I Register for the ISAT?

The ISAT is designed to evaluate prospective medical students on the intellectual skills and abilities required for success in tertiary education and a subsequent medical career. The ISAT can be taken at numerous test centers worldwide.

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Five Tips to Improve Your TOEFL Listening Score!

The TOEFL Listening portion is a tricky one. You are required to listen to four to six lectures, which each have six questions, and two to three conversations, which each have five questions. It will take a total of 60 minutes for the shortened version.

READ MORE >>

Top 5 Mistakes Singaporeans Make on the IELTS!

As Singlish is heavily influenced by Chinese, a language with blunt and efficient sentence structures, it’s not unusual to hear a protracted English thought like “This is so expensive. How could I possibly afford it?” hacked down to “So expensive! How to buy?”

READ MORE >>

Comparing the GAMSAT and MCAT

These 4 sections cover introductory level year 1 biology and biochemistry, physics, general and organic chemistry concepts, tests biological concepts that relate to mental process and behaviour, and humanities and social science.

READ MORE >>

Acing the Critical Reasoning Tasks on the ISAT!

You must read all the options before answering a question. Often, in these types of aptitude tests, two answer choices can seem correct. They can be quite tricky and can have potential traps! Thus, don’t be hasty and verify your answer against the question.

READ MORE >>

Eight Key Tips to Nail the IELTS Speaking Test

Most people experience some level of anxiety during a test. How could they not? They are questioned and evaluated by someone with superior knowledge in order to get the results on which so many things might depend. That sounds tough.

READ MORE >>

Old or New: Which MCAT Should You Take?

Beginning of spring 2015, the standardized test for medical school admission, the MCAT, is changing. MCAT 2015 will be vastly different from the current MCAT. It will be longer, broader and harder. The new test will be 6 hours and 20 minutes long

READ MORE >>

Your UMAT Wh-Question Guide!

Hello friends! We receive many queries from students who would like to seek our expert assistance in preparing for the UMAT. Here is a compilation of the commonly asked questions we’ve heard over a period of time, and a quick guide to the answers!

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GMAT Quantitative Section: All that You Need to Know!

The Quantitative section is one of the three core categories on the GMAT Test. This section tends to be tough if you don’t know what you’re up against. So, here are all the details to help you prep for this major part of the exam. Let’s start with the basic structure.

READ MORE >>

All About BMAT Scores!

A lot goes behind the scenes after you have finished a test. Understanding the scores and everything related to them surely gives a clear picture and helps you better envision your goals. So, here are answers to some common questions related to the BMAT scoring system.

READ MORE >>

Understand your GMAT Score Report

The Quantitative and Verbal scores will appear both separately and as total, along with their respective percentiles. Note that marks for one section do not influence the marks in other sections—there is a common misconception.

READ MORE >>

Four Steps to Demystify the TOEFL Integrated Writing Task

Now, why does the TOEFL test really trouble you to do an Integrated Writing Task? Isn’t an essay enough? Well, not exactly. During your studies, you may often find yourself in situations that will require you to write a paper about what you’ve been learning in class.

READ MORE >>

5 Tips to Nail the AWA Task!

The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) consists of one 30-minute writing task called Analysis of an Argument. In this section, you must read a brief argument, analyze the reasoning behind it, and then write a critique of the argument.

READ MORE >>

Your LNAT FAQs Answered by the Experts!

Note that the University of Cambridge does not require the LNAT, though it used to in the past. Instead, applicants who are invited for an interview now take an hour long Cambridge Law Test—the precise nature of the questions depends on the college being applied to.

READ MORE >>

To GRE or to GMAT?

For those of you embarking on your journey to graduate school, one of the biggest hurdles is the standardized testing requirement. But which test should you choose – the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)?

READ MORE >>

Mission GMAT – Test Day Tips!

In Singapore, passport is the one and only acceptable form of ID for GMAT admission. This is irrespective of your nationality, and no other form of ID would be accepted. Make sure you prepare it in advance to avoid any unexpected surprises at the test centre.

READ MORE >>

Does the GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section Matter?

The summer of 2015 will mark the 3-year anniversary of the still-enigmatic Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT. In this article, we try to analyze the section’s aim and importance for current applicants, as well as its perspective for future.

READ MORE >>

Planning for MBA Admissions

MBA admissions is a lot more complex now than it was 10 years ago. With the world getting smaller, students are looking at options all over the globe. There are more choices, but that also means that the competition is much greater.

READ MORE >>

Know the ISAT!

Taking the International Student Admissions Test (ISAT) is a mandatory requirement for all international applicants applying to medicine, dentistry, veterinary science and physiotherapy programs at most Australian universities.

READ MORE >>

Reading Skills for the IELTS Exam

The Reading Comprehension task of the IELTS exam requires you to utilize some effective reading strategies for a good score. Here are some popular tips that have helped many IELTS test takers achieve flying colors on the IELTS Reading section.

READ MORE >>

IELTS Formal Business Letter

The General Training IELTS involves writing a letter as task 1 in the Writing section. The letter has to be written in 20 minutes so that there is ample time left for task 2, essay writing. Now, there are quite a few different types of letters that can appear on your test.

READ MORE >>

ACT Versus SAT: Popular Doesn’t Mean Better

Introduced to the U.S. in 1926, the SAT is one of the most well known standardized tests. Its rival test, the ACT, was introduced in 1959 as a competitor to the SAT. Both tests serve the same purpose as standard tests for admission to U.S. colleges or universities.

READ MORE >>

The IELTS & TOEFL Writing Process

Not only that, a working technique is needed to ace the organization and development of your essay. One of them is recognizing the different stages of writing. The steps below are guidelines to achieve essay writing efficiency.

READ MORE >>

Pronunciation: Word and Sentence Stress Rules

To get a high score on the TOEFL or IELTS speaking section, a test taker doesn’t have to sound like a native speaker. That’s not what the examiners are looking for. They only want to test a candidate’s ability to speak clearly and coherently.

READ MORE >>

GMAT Scores: Important for Jobs, not just MBAs

Most only consider GMAT for admissions, when trying to fit in with their desired institution’s score profile. Yet, regardless of where you want to take (or if have already taken) your MBA or speciality Masters, you can use your GMAT score to stand out.

READ MORE >>

Acing the Medical School Interview

Most students find this type of interview the most daunting as several interviewers will be sitting across from you in a very formal setting throwing question after question at you. Panels may consist of faculty members only or include medical students or alumni as well.

READ MORE >>

Does the LNAT Test my Knowledge of Law?

We highly encourage you to read critically on a regular basis. You will not only hone the analytical skills that are necessary for the essay section, but also be familiar with the subject matter, structure and style used in the reading passages. How cool is that?

READ MORE >>

GMAT Test Format: Fact versus Fiction!

If you get stuck on a question, give it your best guess and move on. Leaving questions unanswered will affect your score severely. For example, if you fail to answer 5 questions in Verbal, it may reduce your score from 91 percentile to 77 percentile.

READ MORE >>

How Do I Register for the ISAT?

The ISAT is designed to evaluate prospective medical students on the intellectual skills and abilities required for success in tertiary education and a subsequent medical career. The ISAT can be taken at numerous test centers worldwide.

READ MORE >>

Five Tips to Improve Your TOEFL Listening Score!

The TOEFL Listening portion is a tricky one. You are required to listen to four to six lectures, which each have six questions, and two to three conversations, which each have five questions. It will take a total of 60 minutes for the shortened version.

READ MORE >>

Top 5 Mistakes Singaporeans Make on the IELTS!

As Singlish is heavily influenced by Chinese, a language with blunt and efficient sentence structures, it’s not unusual to hear a protracted English thought like “This is so expensive. How could I possibly afford it?” hacked down to “So expensive! How to buy?”

READ MORE >>

Comparing the GAMSAT and MCAT

These 4 sections cover introductory level year 1 biology and biochemistry, physics, general and organic chemistry concepts, tests biological concepts that relate to mental process and behaviour, and humanities and social science.

READ MORE >>

Acing the Critical Reasoning Tasks on the ISAT!

You must read all the options before answering a question. Often, in these types of aptitude tests, two answer choices can seem correct. They can be quite tricky and can have potential traps! Thus, don’t be hasty and verify your answer against the question.

READ MORE >>

Eight Key Tips to Nail the IELTS Speaking Test

Most people experience some level of anxiety during a test. How could they not? They are questioned and evaluated by someone with superior knowledge in order to get the results on which so many things might depend. That sounds tough.

READ MORE >>

Old or New: Which MCAT Should You Take?

Beginning of spring 2015, the standardized test for medical school admission, the MCAT, is changing. MCAT 2015 will be vastly different from the current MCAT. It will be longer, broader and harder. The new test will be 6 hours and 20 minutes long

READ MORE >>

Your UMAT Wh-Question Guide!

Hello friends! We receive many queries from students who would like to seek our expert assistance in preparing for the UMAT. Here is a compilation of the commonly asked questions we’ve heard over a period of time, and a quick guide to the answers!

READ MORE >>

GMAT Quantitative Section: All that You Need to Know!

The Quantitative section is one of the three core categories on the GMAT Test. This section tends to be tough if you don’t know what you’re up against. So, here are all the details to help you prep for this major part of the exam. Let’s start with the basic structure.

READ MORE >>

All About BMAT Scores!

A lot goes behind the scenes after you have finished a test. Understanding the scores and everything related to them surely gives a clear picture and helps you better envision your goals. So, here are answers to some common questions related to the BMAT scoring system.

READ MORE >>

Understand your GMAT Score Report

The Quantitative and Verbal scores will appear both separately and as total, along with their respective percentiles. Note that marks for one section do not influence the marks in other sections—there is a common misconception.

READ MORE >>

Four Steps to Demystify the TOEFL Integrated Writing Task

Now, why does the TOEFL test really trouble you to do an Integrated Writing Task? Isn’t an essay enough? Well, not exactly. During your studies, you may often find yourself in situations that will require you to write a paper about what you’ve been learning in class.

READ MORE >>

5 Tips to Nail the AWA Task!

The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) consists of one 30-minute writing task called Analysis of an Argument. In this section, you must read a brief argument, analyze the reasoning behind it, and then write a critique of the argument.

READ MORE >>

Your LNAT FAQs Answered by the Experts!

Note that the University of Cambridge does not require the LNAT, though it used to in the past. Instead, applicants who are invited for an interview now take an hour long Cambridge Law Test—the precise nature of the questions depends on the college being applied to.

READ MORE >>

To GRE or to GMAT?

For those of you embarking on your journey to graduate school, one of the biggest hurdles is the standardized testing requirement. But which test should you choose – the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)?

READ MORE >>

Mission GMAT – Test Day Tips!

In Singapore, passport is the one and only acceptable form of ID for GMAT admission. This is irrespective of your nationality, and no other form of ID would be accepted. Make sure you prepare it in advance to avoid any unexpected surprises at the test centre.

READ MORE >>

Does the GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section Matter?

The summer of 2015 will mark the 3-year anniversary of the still-enigmatic Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT. In this article, we try to analyze the section’s aim and importance for current applicants, as well as its perspective for future.

READ MORE >>

Planning for MBA Admissions

MBA admissions is a lot more complex now than it was 10 years ago. With the world getting smaller, students are looking at options all over the globe. There are more choices, but that also means that the competition is much greater.

READ MORE >>

Know the ISAT!

Taking the International Student Admissions Test (ISAT) is a mandatory requirement for all international applicants applying to medicine, dentistry, veterinary science and physiotherapy programs at most Australian universities.

READ MORE >>

Reading Skills for the IELTS Exam

The Reading Comprehension task of the IELTS exam requires you to utilize some effective reading strategies for a good score. Here are some popular tips that have helped many IELTS test takers achieve flying colors on the IELTS Reading section.

READ MORE >>

IELTS Formal Business Letter

The General Training IELTS involves writing a letter as task 1 in the Writing section. The letter has to be written in 20 minutes so that there is ample time left for task 2, essay writing. Now, there are quite a few different types of letters that can appear on your test.

READ MORE >>

ACT Versus SAT: Popular Doesn’t Mean Better

Introduced to the U.S. in 1926, the SAT is one of the most well known standardized tests. Its rival test, the ACT, was introduced in 1959 as a competitor to the SAT. Both tests serve the same purpose as standard tests for admission to U.S. colleges or universities.

READ MORE >>

The IELTS & TOEFL Writing Process

Not only that, a working technique is needed to ace the organization and development of your essay. One of them is recognizing the different stages of writing. The steps below are guidelines to achieve essay writing efficiency.

READ MORE >>

Pronunciation: Word and Sentence Stress Rules

To get a high score on the TOEFL or IELTS speaking section, a test taker doesn’t have to sound like a native speaker. That’s not what the examiners are looking for. They only want to test a candidate’s ability to speak clearly and coherently.

READ MORE >>

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