how to score 700+ on the GMAT

7 Steps – How to score 700+ on the GMAT

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Every GMAT taker aspires to score 700 or above on the GMAT. Breaking the 700-barrier is an achievement on its own. There are a few students who tend to take the brute force approach and end up exhausting themselves during the test. Therefore, we always suggest a methodical approach to score 700+ on the GMAT

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gmat enhanced score report analysis

3 Steps – How to analyze a GMAT Enhanced Score Report (ESR)

A 9 minute read

The GMAT Enhanced Score Report (ESR) is an important tool to assess your performance and understand your strengths and weaknesses. The primary purpose of an Enhanced Score Report is to help you improve your GMAT score when you retake the test. To do that you should have a sound understanding of the various elements of

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Key traits of GMAT High Scorers

A 4 minute read

What do GMAT High Scorers do differently? At e-GMAT, we study both “success” and “failure” and try to establish causality for both. We have numerous students who have scored above 700. At the same time, we have had a few students who have not done as well. In this article, I will try to outline

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gmat retake or not - worth it - Who, why and when

Should you retake the GMAT? GMAT retake’s why and when in 2020

A 9 minute read

Michael, Rahul, and Anna – Three people in three different cities took the GMAT on January 15, 2020. All three of them got different scores. While Anna is elated to score a 760, Michael and Rahul are disappointed with their scores of 600 and 650 respectively. They’re both considering retaking the GMAT. While Rahul is

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What causes success on the GMAT

GMAT exam expert advice – What causes success on the GMAT?

A 16 minute read

Read the statements below.  And if you agree with at least 1 statement, then spend the next 10 minutes reading this article.  If you do not agree with any of the statements, then also read this article till this section so that you solidify your belief further.  Positive reinforcement of one’s beliefs is always welcome!

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12 GMAT prep tips

12 GMAT preparation tips for a successful attempt or reattempt in 2020

A 5 minute read

GMAT preparation tips not just include tips for preparing the subject matter of the GMAT but also understanding the overall design of the test. To ace the GMAT you should, of course, know the concepts and application of concepts but also know how to structure your preparation. In this article, we talk about 12 GMAT

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GMAT quant tips score a Q50

Tips to score a Q50+ in the GMAT Quant Section

A 8 minute read

A Q50 score on the GMAT Quant section corresponds to an 85 percentile score. A Q50+ GMAT quant score does not only look good on your score report but also proves that you have the required quantitative ability to get through business school. This quantitative ability will hold you in good stead even after business

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GMAT in addition to CAT

How to use CAT preparation to ace the GMAT

A 11 minute read

The 4th day of January 2020 was a much-awaited day for all the CAT 2019 takers. Jahnvi, like many other aspirants, was waiting for the clock to show 11:30 am so that she could see her CAT result. All the effort she put in for the preparation would bear fruit today. Due to high traffic

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How to Overcome GMAT Test Anxiety

10 Tips – How to Tackle GMAT Anxiety

A 9 minute read

Taking standardized tests causes anxiety. Even more so when the stakes are as high as the GMAT. It is natural to feel trepidation about your GMAT score when it may play a big role in deciding your career trajectory and earning potential for years to come. However, it is possible to control your GMAT test

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GMAT 760

How to Study for GMAT – 3 Months Study Plan for GMAT 760

A 8 minute read

Have you ever wondered as to “how to study for GMAT” or “How can I score a 760 on the GMAT?” Many students ask us “Give me a study plan to score 760 in 3 months”. We believe that general study plans are not efficient as every student is different and hence we believe in

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