GMAT/GRE Test – which one should I take and why?
The GMAT/GRE are essential for getting accepted onto a number of postgraduate management and business courses, particularly if you are interested in getting onto an MBA program. Admissions departments place a great deal of emphasis on how well applicants score in the tests, and it is commonly agreed that you should start preparing for the exams a number of months in advance.
Elab’s GMAT/GRE preparation programme will teach you time management, thinking skills and techniques that you need to improve your score – irrespective of which examination you plan to sit.
The programme is run by highly experienced tutors and covers:
- Analytical Writing
- Integrated Reasoning
- Verbal Reasoning
- Quantitative reasoning
If you are trying to decide between the two options, as a rule of thumb, business schools tend to prefer the GMAT. GRE is used to apply to a wide range of other postgraduate courses. People who sit the GMAT are demonstrating a commitment to getting an MBA.
Researchers tend not to agree on how many hours’ preparation are needed before sitting the exams, with estimates ranging from 60-200 hours. What they do all agree on, however, is that it is essential to prepare well in advance, to be familiar with the format of each section, and to practise answering questions within rigid time constraints.
Elab’s programme will provide you with an insider’s view of what to expect, the tools you need to tackle each section and show you how to maximise your score.
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