THOUGHTS TO AVOID : AWA

Students should stay clear of certain mindsets while writing the AWA section of the GMAT. The style of the of writing plays a key role in the AWA. Aspects of...

THE GMAT ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT

The AWA or Analytical Writing Assessment is considered the most unimportant part of the GMAT exam. Yet, it is important to take note of a few points regarding this section....

REVIEWING GMAT PREPARATION

The last few weeks of the GMAT preparation involve planning and reviewing the preparation and technique going into the exam. Students should review the material that hold the most weight...

SETTING UP GMAT SCRATCH PAPER

Scratch paper is a booklet of about 5 sheets of  legal-sized paper.  The booklet will have yellow graph that paper that requires special markers to write on. Booklets maybe exchange...

BUILDING YOUR GAMEPLAN FOR GMAT

The last 14 days before a GMAT exam can be a nerve wracking time for students as they ponder the most optimal way to approach the final few days of...

Facts to remember for GMAT verbal sections

GMAT does not require mathematical or verbal abilities that are higher than high school mathematics or english. The only difference between the GMAT and your high school tests is that...

Scoring a 6.0 in your AWA Section

Every aspirant who appears for GMAT would want a 6.0 score. Many feel that this is an impossible feat, but that is not so. If the aspirant keeps a few...

Getting your GMAT essay graded

Many GMAT aspirants look ways and mean to improve their AWA section’s score. But, there is a lack of proper resources for this, thus, leaving the students to go online...