Monthly Archive: June 2010

Jun 27

How Internet articles can build your business

No doubt you have come across some very informative articles online, and while many of them might have been from sources that were not credible, no doubt you found many that did answer questions you had and were from credible sources. Information is power, and in this case it can mean money.
Why do you think companies provide free information or will offer resources about topics in their field? It’s the same reason why we have infomercials or why drug companies fund research or car and petroleum companies fund energy research projects. They know that if the research should prove successful, it could mean big bucks for them.

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Jun 25

GMAT Test scoring method

We believe, that GMAT testing program (for each mathematical and verbal modules) starts off with a moderate set of questions, and depending on your performance in that set of questions, gives you the next set. On the GMAT test, if you answered the first set mostly correct, you are given a set of questions from a question bank with a higher difficulty. If you fail to answer most of the questions correctly, from the first set given to you, you are then given questions from a lower difficulty level. This goes on until you complete the pre-define number of questions for each module, which is 37 questions for quantitative and 41 questions for Verbal. You have 75 minutes each to complete both modules.
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Jun 23

GMAT Test, GMAT Format, and GMAT Scoring

If you are reading this, you probably are already researching about what GMAT is and how it would be helpful for you to get into a business school. Initiative is the first and most difficult step one takes and you have already crossed that barrier. Congratulations!

GMAT is an abbreviated form of Graduate Management Admission Test. GMAT is a standardized test, which most business schools use to assess, how qualified a candidate is, in quantitative aptitude, critical reasoning, analytical thinking, ease of writing, flow of thought and other important skills needed to get through management and business programs with ease.

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