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Top 15 Test-Taking Tips

I’m sure there are a number of things you’d rather be doing than taking a standardized test – getting your neck-skin caught in a zipper, dropping a brick on your foot, getting all of your molars pulled. You know – things that sound way more fun than sitting at a computer monitor staring at the analytical section of the GRE. In case you deci...

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Financial Support (TA, RA)

Most universities offer financial aid to students based on the merit. There are several factors like SOP, GRE score, undergraduate GPA,recommendation letters that are taken into account while considering the financial aid application. The type of assistance offered depends on the graduate program, department and the university. for e.g, there are...

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Improving Listening Skills

Does this situation seem familiar to you? Your English is progressing well, the grammar is now familiar, the reading comprehension is no problem, you are communicating quite fluently, but: Listening is STILL a problem! First of all, remember that you are not alone. Listening comprehension is probably the most difficult task (noun=exercis...

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Understanding SAT Questions

Each section of the SAT contains questions that can be divided into three categories: easy, medium, and difficult. Easy SAT Questions Easy SAT questions account for 1/3 of the questions included on the SAT test. You will always find the easy SAT questions at the beginning of a test section. Most test takers will get these questions r...

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Roadmap to Study in USA

Following timeline and checklist will give you a guideline for admission to US for Fall and Spring semester. Months listed are for best case scenario. Many students for Fall semester take GRE in Feb/March and still able to get admission for Fall semes...

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TOP 5 BOOKS FOR MBA APPLICANTS

Preparing for business school is a huge event for any MBA applicant. There are currently many different books available to help make the experience easier. Here are the top five books for MBA applicants. 1) Peterson’s MBA Programs 2006 This is a great book for anyone who is researching MBA Programs. Contai...

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GRE Scores Information

Both the Graduage Record Examination General Test and the GRE Subject Tests are standardized assessments developed by ETS, a non-profit company with expertise in the area. They are used as a part of the admissions process for graduate schools across the country. ETS offers both pencil-and-paper and computer-based versions of the tests, so they fit ...

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How To Beat the GMAT

If you plan on attending business school, taking the GMAT is a must. The GMAT is a standardized admissions test that is required by nearly every accredited business school in the U.S. As with most standardized tests, preparation is the key to getting a good score. You should begin preparing for the GMAT at least four months prior to taking the...

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GRE Verbal Reasoning

You can reason, right? I mean, you thought far enough ahead to match your socks to your pants. Reasoning isn’t all that difficult. But did you pay attention to the other half of the title? Verbal. It isn’t quite the same. Read below for the GRE Verbal Reasoning breakdown, and don’t even think about moving out of that seat. Think you know...

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MBA Programs vs Executive MBA Programs

MBA Programs and Executive MBA Programs sometimes have a similar curriculum, but the class format and admission requirements vary. Typically, the applicants to an Executive MBA Program must have a minimum of five years professional work experience. Executive MBA Programs are designed to meet the needs of upper level managers. Candidates are oft...

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The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review

The Bottom Line The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review is an excellent GMAT study guide for students who need practice with problem solving and data sufficiency questions. Pros

How to Write a Great Essay for the TOEFL or TOEIC

Writing an essay can be a difficult enough task as it is; writing it a language that is your first language is even harder. If you're taking the TOEFL or the TOEIC and have to complete a writing assessment, then read these instructions for organizing a great five-paragraph essay in English. Paragraph One: The Introduction This first pa...

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Top 3 GMAT Prep Books

If you want to attend business school, you will need to take the GMAT. Your GMAT score is one of the most important factors in determining whether or not you will be admitted into a top business school. There are many wonderful prep books and study guides that are currently available to help you prepare for the GMAT. To assist you in makin...

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IELTS Common Mistakes

I cannot stress this enough – the success in IELTS test largely depends on students' ability to follow the instructions. It sounds ridiculously simple, and yet it is a common mistake to underestimate the importance of following the instructions precisely. So here is a list of 8 most famous IELTS pitfalls that cost test takers precious points. ...

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Free IELTS Study on the Internet

The IELTS (International English Language Testing System) test provides an evaluation of English for those who wish to study or train in English. It is very similar to the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) required by North American universities and colleges. IELTS is a jointly managed test by the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinati...

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