• GMAT Test

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    Be careful of the categorical statements that are sometimes made about what the GMAT test and doesn’t test. There are a lot of misconceptions around, and these can lead to misinformation. Let’s take just one example: the present participle ‘being’. Students regularly tell us that ‘someone said’ or ‘they had heard’ that this form of […]

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  • How far ahead should I prepare my university MBA?

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    The best thing is for you to submit it by the first or second deadline because, depending on the Business School, there is not much point in your applying at the third or fourth opportunity. We create a time-plan with you and we point out the stronger and weaker areas in your profile. We draw […]

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  • An important GMAT tip

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    Those candidates who wish to apply for entry into a Master’s course or an MBA in a Business School outside Spain in the academic year 2014/15 and who need the GMAT or GRE do not have much time left. The average length of time for GMAT preparation is 3 /4 months and and for GRE […]

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  • Long, underlined sentences in Sentence Correction GMAT

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    These sentences are sometimes thought of as a student’s worst nightmare in Sentence Correction. And certainly they are not among the easiest questions that you will find in that part of the test – but then, who wants easy questions? Given that in the GMAT hard questions mean more marks if you get them right, […]

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  • Sentence Correction

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    A Sentence Correction question requires you to choose either ‘did not know if the problem could be resolved’ or ‘did not know whether the problem could be resolved’. Which do you choose? a.    both could be correct b.    only ‘if’ is correct c.    only ‘whether’ is correct Answer: C. Explanation: In the GMAT, use ‘if’ […]

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  • Our pre-exam advice:

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    If you have been devoting your free time and long hours over the weekend to practising your GMAT, we suggest taking a break from the GMAT for 2 or 3 days before your exam and, to avoid additional tension, getting yourself in shape for the resistance that the test itself requires Before doing your GMAT, [...]

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