Seminar GMAT Test_GRE Test

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Seminar GMAT Test_GRE Test

  1. 1. GMAT / GRE Prep
  2. 2. 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.  
  3. 3. 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.  
  4. 4. 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?  
  5. 5. 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.    
  6. 6.  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.  
  7. 7. Resources  to  Assist  your  Student   Ø Prep  class  details  available  across  Atlanta   Ø GMAT  Prep  Classes  @  www.successprep.com   Ø GRE  Prep  Classes  @  www.successprep.com   Ø Online  study  Tools   Ø www.successprep.com   Ø GMAT  Registration   Ø www.mba.com   Ø GRE  Registration   Ø www.ets.org   Ø Success  Prep  Contact:  404-­‐351-­‐4955  

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