GMAT Video Lectures
These days education has gone beyond four-walls of a classroom. Online GMAT preparation is the new cool! In the technological advancement scenario, the institutions are also providing study material online through video lectures on specific topics. Byju’s GMAT learning program is one such offline gadget based study plan, where the mentors explain various topics related to subjects respectively. For clearing doubts students can register themselves on website for free webinars from GMAT Experts like Santosh P. N.
GMAT test contents mainly four sections: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated reasoning, Quantitative aptitude, & Verbal Reasoning.
Analytical Writing Assessment: Here you have write an essay of 250-300 words. Since GMAT exam is given by any working professional across the globe, so the topic on any issue, scientific term, region specific, news specific etc is not expected. Generally it is a flawed argument. E.g. Mike is a good player in the team. Hence, everyone is good player in the team. In case any specific term comes up, the description of that will be mentioned. Pure English writing skill is required to score in this section.
Integrated Reasoning: Very elementary form of Data interpretation. Few figures and data will be given and you have to answer them by analyzing those data. Generally it will have 4 categories in terms of question.
Quantitative Aptitude: Simple way to explain this section is MATHS. 8-10th standard mathematics concept will be applicable to solve this section. Difficulty level will be more than 8-10th standard.
Verbal Reasoning: It is English. You don’t have to mug up lots of words. The words generally used are moderate. To infer what the author is saying from these moderate words is difficult. This is the only relatively challenging section of Indians.
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