GMAT Counselors at BYJU’s are often asked by future MBA aspirants that – “How relevant is your Tablet-based GMAT Preparation Course?”, and “how to prepare for GMAT being a working professional?”
We believe in a quality education that suits you, which is convenient and most flexible for the GMAT aspirants. The GMAT aspirants are the working professionals, who have been detached from the studies, say for five years or more than that. After spending more than eight hours in the office, going through long meeting hours, bearing the anxiety to meet up the deadline are all a part of daily routine one faces.
After office hours, sitting for 2-3 hours in GMAT coaching is gruesome. When was the last time you attended an exam? A competitive or an academic exam? Mostly, it was during your graduation when you wrote a full-fledged three hours exam.
GMAT is a three and a half hours long exam. One point you should remember that GMAT is a graduate level standardized entrance test which comprises the basics up to high-school level in the test. So you need to dig up all the lessons you learned all through your schooling days, but it is an advanced form not to indulge your energy in long solving techniques.
Why On-line Classroom?
1. Convenient: On-line classes are very convenient for the adult learners as the internet has turned up everything into it. It is not at all time-bound study schedule that one has to follow in the classroom lectures. Online classes save your energy, fuel and time from extra driving to classrooms and attending the class for next couple of hours. On-line classes become the part of the virtual world where they form discussion boards like Quora, ask questions, give answers, participate in the debates on the hot topics.
2. Interest: Online classrooms are more interesting regarding teaching as they use graphics, PowerPoint presentations and technologically advanced teaching aids. While in classroom studies, one has to stick to one book, whiteboard and a pointing stick. Sometimes, the lecturer’s voice is also not audible for the back-benchers; they might give up their interest.
3. Flexible: Online classrooms are very flexible in terms of time slots, subjects teaching modes. One more advantage is that if you have skipped one class due to any reason, or if you’re unable to grasp few points at the same time; you can record it or watch it later on their official websites. While learning in the classroom is monotonous where you are bound to pay attention and there is no option for a recap.
4. Discipline: Online classroom is much disciplined as you’re taking this either from your home or from the library where peace and calmness exist. Unless in the classroom there will be a crowd of people say, 20-25 people, who might be whispering, asking questions in between or maybe performing several deviations which have an impact on your concentration.
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