Proficiency in the Sentence Correction portion of the Verbal section involves learning about the rules of grammar, and then recognizing whether these rules are correctly followed in the sentences.
It would be very easy if you could read the choices and pick the one that sounds best, but the sentences are often very confusing, and most GMAT sentence correction questions test more than one grammar point.
Familiarize yourself with this section of the GMAT with the Fundamentals of Sentence Correction.
We have updated our practice tests on Sentence Correction section. This test has been collated with series of questions that appeared in GMAT over the years. Take the free test to work your way through this section of GMAT.
You can find more free online GMAT practice tests at our site
This is a cool infographic on evolution of online MBA.
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After adding GMAT practice tests and GRE practice tests, we are happy to announce free CAT online practice tests on CAT for million of students in India , who take up CAT every year.
CAT is an all-India test conducted by the Indian Institute of Management as an entrance exam for the management programes of its seven business school.
This was a paper and pen test and , went onine last year
Here are Online CAT practice test
There are around 15 free tests and they have questions of last 2 years as well as from 2002 to 2010 , divided into different sections.
This is a follow up to the last post in which we reported the survey analysis by the MBA.com that claims that MBA education in business schools can help one unravel his/her entrepreneurial instincts. There were substantial evidences behind that claim and we respect the view point too. However, one cannot but put up the point: is business school education mandatory for entrepreneurial success?
The unanimous answer is obviously NO. The MBA degree does not assure success in one’s entrepreneurial ventures and not all MBA grads are treated with reverence in the Silicon Valley or at the Wall Street. In fact, the hottest companies and ventures in the market are owned by the college dropouts of yesteryears who had the nerve to think beyond the stereotypical. Yes, we are talking about Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Steve Jobs (Apple Inc, which was a garage startup) and Bill Gates (Microsoft Corp). Do you think an MBA degree would have made a difference to their businesses today? Continue reading
According to the findings of the Global Management Education Graduate Survey 2011, conducted by the mba.com, management education availed at the business schools help the candidates with entrepreneurial drive, by instilling in them the important managerial virtues such as market research, decision making skills, financial projection and management etc.
Well, it is not at all easy being an entrepreneur. It takes more than grit, determination, passion, ability to strategize and make decisions and innovation. Above all, it requires patience, a sound knowledge of the target customer base, market dynamics in the particular industry in a particular region and belief in one’s products and services. Though only 5% of the class of 2011 expressed interest in starting their own entrepreneurial venture, the consensus on the importance of business school education in sharpening one’s managerial skills was clear and profound. Continue reading