Many students complain that their data sufficiency skills are just not up to mark. They end up falling for the countless traps that data sufficiency sets for them as these questions are not standard problems. However, if you are good at the problem solving section, believe me, you can be as good,, if not better, at data sufficiency section too. All you need are some strategies that you should always keep in mind and loads of practice.
Well, all of us want to score above 700 in the GMAT. That actually would be understating it. Some of us might practice and retake the test quite a number of times, just in order to score 750+. Well that is the dream score, right? Every student wants to get selected into the program and school of his/her choice and with increasing competition, the only way to do that is to get the highest score possible.
So you slogged through GMAT preparation, walked out with a satisfying score, researched on the colleges that are suited to you, prioritized them, went through the long process of filling up the applications,writing the essays, and attaching the documents, and are finally done. Well that's just not the end. You might still have an interview ahead which you probably dread. Well here are a few tips and questions that will help you make your best impression in an interview.
GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admissions Test and is a standardized test that is required by more than 5000 business schools around the world as it provides a measure of applicant's academic potential.