Are you preparing or taking Graduate Management Admission Test, popularly known as GMAT, is like a wild card entry for a guaranteed future.
If you have a thrust to pursue MBA in top B-schools around the world, then GMAT is for you. The exam can be taken at any peak of time when you are fully ready to sit for the exam. The best part is you can opt for GMAT exam, irrespective of which branch you graduated.
We at BYJU’s often come across students asking about how to prepare GMAT for graduation in Engineering, Commerce, Arts or working professional? Don’t worry. Every locked door possesses a key. So pull up socks and start following the tips because your success is our guarantee.
Tips for Non-Engineers
You might have heard the story of the ants holding the sugar cubes into their mouth, climbing a hill, falling and again climbing. Moral don’t lose hopes and keep working. Likewise, we saw the much non-engineers fear of the quant section or the logical reasoning section. The quick Six tips follow while studying:
- Don’t fear mathematics
- Keep your basics strong
- Take regular GMAT Mock test
- Learn the formulae, for quick solving of analytical questions
- Sharp your edges in Verbal- as it may hit the maximum or else compensate your low score in quant.
- Do thorough study and take rigorous practice
Tips for Engineers
‘Engineers are the jack of all, but a master of none,’ you’ll be aware of the jokes cracked on engineers; it seems to be a harsh truth that no one knows what exactly an engineer wants from his career. Apart from jokes if you’re determined to take GMAT test include the following in your study routine:
- Confidence is smartness, but overconfidence is foolishness, be precise in quant solving with tricks rather following long steps.
- Spend more time in reading comprehension and verbal section.
- Through mock test analyze your consistency
- Enhance your tricks while solving critical reasoning.
- Do regular studies.
- Tackle your weakness with proper preparations
Tips for Working-Professional
The top MBA colleges ask for previous work experience, so if you’re a working professional, it is a great advantage for you. On the contrary studying after hectic 8-9 hours working in an office is a very tiresome and boring in fact. But if you’re strong-minded to clear the GMAT in one go, note down the following tips:
- Do not pile up your studies for weekends.
- Maintain learning diary, in the break of office timings, go through the noted points.
- Re-do GMAT preparation test
- Active your week nerves in different subjects
- Opt for online coaching courses
- Focus on basics
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