Should I Quit Full-Time Job to Prepare for GMAT?
On several instances, prospective MBA aspirants get befuddled that “ Should I Quit Full-Time Job to Prepare for GMAT?” Although different people have different notion on the same we frankly say ‘No’ to the above-asked question. The reason why people start pertaining to thought about quitting the job because it seeks more attention and dedication from the aspirants as it deals with the high school standard basics. To excel in the test, the challenge is to solve the questions with shortcuts to get the correct answer in a couple of seconds. Indeed, the GMAT aspirants belong from the working fraternities. And it is exhaustive and tiring for them to study after spending nine hours in the office. Apparently, quitting a job may impose a negative image on the admission committee, representing your failures on the parameter of time management.
Top B-schools adcom checks the “Stress Management” of the candidates and this can be evaluated by showing your balance between the ‘study’ and ‘ working hours’. Allocate minimal time to the daily routine activities, steal your time from weekend parties and exploring. But forget to refresh your mind with entertaining or delightful activities.
Yet another reason to say ‘No’ because appearing for GMAT and pursuing MBA abroad is a costly affair and will burn a big hole in your pocket. Instead of quitting the job you can take the help of online or app based learning for e.g., Byju’s GMAT preparation (Byju’s GMAT App), i.e. an App based study material recorded in the form of videos which gives in-sight knowledge about every minute topics related to GMAT. It is composed of with all the shortcut techniques and tricks by the eminent GMAT topper Mr. P.N.Santosh, who scored 780 and ISB alum as well.
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