The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) organises the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) which is one of the most popular MBA entrance exams taken across the world. It is an examination known for its analytical selection criteria considering a number of parameters in mind. The GMAT is a computer adaptive test conducted at regular intervals throughout the year for aspirants of management studies across the globe.
The experts and coaching centre teachers suggest that sometimes the test-takers put an undue burden on themselves by putting in long and strenuous hours to cram things up rather than focusing on strengthening the conceptual base. 10 hours a week from three months to the date of the GMAT exam, if done wisely, can be more than effective.
- Constant practice will help you in getting used to all the type of questions that are asked in the exam and raise your confidence while preparing.
- It is quite likely that you will come across questions in the GMAT exam that will have to be solved through educated guessing. In such questions, you will have to analyse the information provided and the options to eliminate the wrong answers and guess the right one. Practice such questions to improve your educated guessing.
- Try to complete 30 set of questions in 20 to 25 minutes to improve your speed and accuracy. You can start with easy time targets them move to difficult time challenges.
- Keep a daily record of the topics, questions and GMAT practice tests that you are covering each day. This way, you can achieve your daily targets for GMAT.
- As the date of the GMAT exam draws near, increase your study time and cover the syllabus effectively.
- Look back at the questions that you were unsure about as well as the questions that you got wrong. Practice more of such questions to get a hang of them.