What does an MBA do for your career?
After completing undergraduate studies, many students find themselves at a crossroads. There are so many different paths to take, regardless of their career path. Do they go out into the world and work? Do they travel? Do they get graduate degrees? Is there some combination of these options that they can pursue?
In a nutshell, the answer is yes.
Demystifying The GMAT
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer adaptive test (CAT) intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, such as an MBA. It requires knowledge of certain grammar and knowledge of certain algebra, geometry, and arithmetic.
GMAT Score: This remains the single-most important factor which determines the college selection. Generally, applicants go by the average MBA scores indicated by each college. However, it is important to go a bit deeper into the class profiles or independent ranking websites to determine the range of GMAT scores for mid-50% of successful applicants.
Normally when applying for undergrad studies abroad, especially USA, focus of the students is on scoring well in the standardised test scores – SAT I / ACT / SAT 2 or subject SATs .
While a good SAT or ACT score will determine the colleges you can apply to, I would like to stress that these scores mainly function as a first level filter.
Application process for Undergrad study in US – The Common App.
What we in India commonly refer to as a graduate, is actually an undergraduate as per the US nomenclature. So if you are applying to a college in US after your High School (Class 11 and 12) you are said to be applying as a freshman for undergraduate study. The first year is called the freshman year.
What is the Difference SAT and ACT?
This is a decision bothering many prospective undergrad students seeking to study in USA
With changes in SAT effective May 2016 in India, when the first batch of applicants will write the New SAT, we find that there is a lot of confusion whether to take the New SAT or the ACT .
Hitherto, Indian students seeking to study in USA preferred to take SAT.
The SAT is one of two admissions tests (the ACT being the other), often required for admission to US universities.
The SAT is a standardized test required by many US colleges and universities as part of their admission process. The score a student gets on the SAT is often used as a predictor of how a student is likely to perform in college-level studies.
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GMAT is difficult? Do Student’s Hate GMAT? Reasons Fact or Fiction
Most people hate GMAT, but very few understand its role and importance in MBA admissions.
GMAT is critical when you are applying with a below average GPA. In that case, you need a few post-
college A’s and a high GMAT to show that you have the intellectual ability and self-discipline for a
demanding MBA program.
What is the Importance of GRE?
Usually GRE scores are important but as said more important if you score low than high. Few places
do not consider applications with low GREs scores. For physical sciences and math, GRE scores below
700 or even 750 will be considered low.
Some People assign importance to GPA, others personal statements more than GRE, some don’t.