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Trends In GMAT? Are you prepared enough to face the change…
Even though the GMAT exam has existed for a number of years as the route to
entry into a top Business schools but over the years there have been some
significant changes in the format and content of the test. The competition to
get into top Business schools like Harvard, Stanford, New York, Yale, Kellogg,
and Chicago has become increasing difficult with more international students
from countries like China, Canada, India and England aspire to get an American
MBA degree. The popular view among the test-takers is that GMAT has become
increasingly difficult in recent years and to get into top Business schools of
the country you require a GMAT score in the range of 650-700.
scores vis-à-vis personal statement & letters of recommendation
The GMAT scores have become exceedingly important as indicated by one of
the studies in 2007 that revealed that the admission committees at the Ivy
League schools are providing greater emphasis on GMAT scores than on
applicants’ personal statements or letters of recommendation. This is because
it is hard to compare, verify and rank applicants’ credentials, achievements
and interests when applicants are coming from diverse academic and cultural
backgrounds from all over the world. Experts in standardized test (e.g., GMAT,
GRE, SAT, ACT etc.) maintain that the trend of higher difficulty and more
competition is likely to continue in year 2008, 2009 and 2010 with more emphasis
on top GMAT scores.
Despite high cost of MBA program, the popularity of this professional
course is on rise among Americans and non-American students. For example, in
America prior to year 2000, a majority of student applicants (and obliviously
GMAT test takers) came from larger cities like New York, San Francisco, Chicago,
Boston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Atlanta and Washington. However, in recent
years more and more students from medium and smaller cities (e.g., Austin,
Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Vegas, Miami, Minneapolis, Orange County, Phoenix,
Portland, Raleigh, Sacramento, San Diego, and Seattle) are taking the GMAT test
and applying for MBA programs. Also the percentage of non-American students
pursuing MBA from American universities has risen steeply.
Also GMAT test prep review companies are opening new centres across the
USA. Further, a variety of GMAT courses with differing durations and formats are
offering serious students more opportunities and resources to obtain higher
scores in the exam. In additions newer methods of learning other than the
traditional classrooms reviews courses, such as online courses, new textbooks,
CDs & DVDs, Flash cards etc. are promising better learning experiences and
higher scores in the GMAT exam. However, the increase in the difficulty level of
the GMAT exam along with stiff competition from international students taking
GMAT presents a serious challenge to American students who wish to appear for
Section: The Achilles Heel
Most undergraduate students from U.S colleges and universities are well trained
in the verbal section of the test. A majority of American test-takers are also
skilled at essay writing. However, a great majority of American GMAT candidates
lack the necessary skill to score well in the Math section of the GMAT test. The
GMAT Math questions – both problem solving and data sufficiency seem the most
difficult part of the exam. Our interactions with hundreds and thousands of GMAT
candidates reveal that they found the Math sections of the test most difficult.
Also everybody uses English in day to day life but for math the story is very
different as many of us never did math after high school.
As one of the top scores (she scored a perfect 800 in GMAT) remarked "it is
easy to relate the verbal questions given in the official guide for GMAT with
our everyday experiences…but who really knows or cares about the difficult
Math problems asked in the official guide".
Numerous GMAT forums and blogs discuss the reasons and remedies of low GMAT
scores. The common view is that one must master the GMAT Math if one wants to
score high in the exam. Also many students find learning math from books and
other conventional sources quite tough, boring and consequently get frustrated
in due course and ending up without much preparation resulting in poor GMAT
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GMAT test and practice tests may clarify the point being made here. Without
debating much on the causes and consequences of good or bad side of the GMAT
test, our team of experienced instructors at WinGMAT aim to assist you in the
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Promise: Mentoring you to prepare better
GMAT exam preparation not only requires resources but a lot in terms of right
guidance to streamline your journey to GMAT. We don’t promise you wonders and
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top Business schools with top GMAT scores.