Why do many students struggle with Low GMAT & GRE scores? Ø You are 2 – 20 years removed, taking a test on High School / Freshman Year material Ø Start early, junior or senior year in College. Give yourself 3 month average to prepare.
High GPA ≠ High GMAT/GRE scores. Ø The GMAT & GRE will NOT include College content Ø College knowledge won’t help with test prep. You are on your own! Ø Take a Prep class, to help you understand the tricks & develop strategies for the GMAT/GRE.
Difference BTW the GMAT & GRE Ø I can take either GMAT or GRE for Grad school Ø Yes and No, GRE is for general subject Grad school and GMAT for B-‐School, but many B-‐ Schools are now accepting GRE scores too. Ø The GRE has an easier Math section, so if it is an option take it over the GMAT. Which Test Should you Take?
Difference BTW GMAT & GRE Cont.. Ø The GMAT concentrates on critical reading, logical thinking and grammar. Ø The GRE is more heavily vocabulary based. It focuses on reading comprehension and sentence completions. Ø GRE has two writing assignments you must complete; GMAT has one writing assignment. Ø GRE allows you to skip questions. On the GMAT, you must answer each question to continue.
3 Ways To Increase your GRE & GMAT Scores Ø Start early, give yourself minimum of 3 months to prep. Ø Work to improve your weak area, but don’t neglect your strength either. Ø Take a Prep class, to help you understand the tricks & develop strategies for the GMAT/GRE.
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