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Pass Exams Tips

pass-examsIn present day society passing instructive examinations turns into an undeniably critical and vital intends to a superior employment and enhanced expectations for everyday comforts.

The structure and nature of all examinations are things we can’t change to suit ourselves. Subsequently we have to discover methods for managing adequately with them – methods for making their frameworks and necessities really work for us.

There are methods for doing this and the accompanying can be effectively utilized by anybody concentrating on for any examinations since exams typically have certain key basic components.

Check Out The Syllabus As an examinee, you have to abide by certain rules and constraints. The time length of the exam, how many question you have to answer, and so forth.

But the examiners also have to abide by certain rules – and they cannot change them (at least not without adequate notice) any more than you can! They have to publish a syllabus for every examination and they can only ask questions on what is contained within that syllabus. Once you know the syllabus, you know where the starting and finishing lines are and how far you have to run

Moreover, all parts of the syllabus are not equal: some parts of it are more equal than others. Some topics will hardly ever be questioned while others will come up every year. Highlight the syllabus using two colours: red, say, for those areas that come up very frequently; green for those which rarely come up. Do this only after a systematic inspection of past exam papers, as the next section will explain.

Then use a third colour to highlight those (hopefully very few) parts of the syllabus which you have really serious difficulty with. Providing these parts are not numerous, and depending on how often they come up, it may be possible to leave them on one side. But do use sense and judgement in doing this!

Whatever You Are Studying, First Study The Exam Papers Studying past examination papers is almost as crucial as studying the subject you have chosen!

Get hold of as many past papers as you can. The more you have the better you will be able to discern any patterns. Draw up a grid on A4 paper. Divide the top horizontally into years – as many as you have past papers for plus one for the year in which you are going to sit the exam Divide the lefthand vertical into as many subject areas as seems appropriate from your inspection of the syllabus and past exam papers. Do this very careful and only after you have become very familiar with the exam topics. Also, make allowance for any coupling of topics because sometimes examiners like to link one topic with another. If you have, say, a dozen past papers and a particular linking has only come up once, you are probably save to forget it. But if it has occurred, say, three or four times it needs to go down.

So now you have large set of cells, each of which relates to a particular year and to a specific topic. Place a cross in each cell for the year in which a given topic has come up. If there is a pattern, and very often there is, you will soon see it. The relative frequency with which the various topic come up will now be easy to see.

It is not that examiners are doing a parallel kind of exercise to determine the structure of the next examination they set. They might well be unaware of the kinds of patterns we are talking about. But examiners do have at least a mental scheduling of the relative importance of particular topics and an impression of what have been chosen recently.

Now use the spare column on the right-hand side, which relates to the year you are going to sit the exam, to mark those subject areas which seem most likely to come up this next time. These are the ones which you need to spend extra time on. The other areas need to be covered as well, but your projections need special care and attention.

In the case of some examinations such a pattern may not seem to emerge. But often it will. In any case, it is worth the investment of time to find out, and whether it does or not it would be foolish not to inspect as many past papers as possible. You need to see how the questions are phrased, how they are divided, sometimes even subdivided, whether there are any special conditions imposed, such as papers which are divided into different sections with different lengths of time allowed for each, and so forth.

Overall, many students just seem to accept the constraints of an examination system as a barbed wire fence they can do nothing about. But the foregoing might just give you a set of wire cutters!

Improve Strategies for Exam Tips

Keeping in mind the end goal to do well on an exam, you should first have a decent learning of the data that is being analyzed. However, aside that, you should have a decent methodology for taking the exam. This permits you to show what you know. This exam guide gives you a few tips that will help you make a decent system:

# Directions

Test heading are imperative, so read them deliberately. Request that your instructor clarify any test heading that you don’t get it. A decent score on the exam is accomplished just by taking after headings. On the off chance that you don’t take after headings, you won’t have the capacity to show what you know.

# Examine

Examine the entire test in order to see how much you have to do, because, only by knowing it all you can break it down into parts more manageable for you.

# Time

Once you are done with the test examination, it’s time for you to decide how much time you will spend on each item. If an item has different points, plan to spend the most time on items that count for the most points. A good planning of your time is especially important for essay test where you have to avoid spending too much time on one item and leave little time for other test items.

# Easiest First

Remember to answer the items you find easiest first, because if you get stuck on a more difficult item that comes up early in the test, you may not have enough time to answer items you know.

# Review

If you plan you time correctly, you will have time to review your answers and make sure they are as complete and accurate as possible. Also make sure you review the test directions to be certain you have answered all items required.

Using this exam guide will definately help you do better on exams, no matter the field they cover, and get better grades.

Distance Learning

distance-learningDistance Learning is a need for most who have effectively set their lives out in somehow in that their obligations have been laid out, and in many cases, would not take into account standard College plans. This is thought about when searching for a spot to study, and this shouldn’t mean worse than average instruction. It ought to mean accommodation for those inspired by training and assisting their portfolios.

# Student Commitment

Distance Learning requires a specific measure of responsibility as the understudy must timetable an ideal opportunity to contemplate. This is likewise intelligent in their work as they are not going to bear the cost of the time unless really inspired by the topic. The work from these understudies demonstrates a reasonable enthusiasm for their movement, and along these lines their time is not squandered on courses that they are taking for UKAS focuses.

# Flexibility

A high standard is reached as there is very little disruption in the pupil’s life, and therefore they find that they are able to concentrate on the subject matter fully. These courses are not as expensive as those that have to hire out a classroom, and with the ‘email’ style of assessment, the cost to complete their course assignments is inconsequential. There is no waiting for weeks for their assessments to be returned to them, and this makes it easier for the student to get on with their work at their own pace. These courses fit into lifestyles as it is usually humanly impossible to gauge when a situation will arise that takes a student away from their studies, but with the Distance Learning option, these students do not have the worry of catching up, or even having to loose out on their whole course and fee because there has been a glitch in their schedule. The course can be put aside, and picked up when the situation is eradicated. For those who travel for work, their course can be taken with them, affording them the time to continue on with their studies.

# Different options for different lifestyles

This form of education is taking a front seat for those interested in continuing study after settling into a career, or starting a family. There are numerous reasons for not being able to put your life on hold to study a preferred topic, and this option is sometimes the only way people are able to get the training they need. This should not mean that these people have to put up with inferior courses, or exorbitant fees. For those who are unable to leave their homes, or not able to physically enrol on classroom taught courses, this form of education plays a paramount importance in their lives. Oxford College ODL and Oxford Distance Learning have devised a scheme for the visually impaired by designing their courses specifically for these people’s needs, and they are in the process of setting up a program to fit into those people’s lives that have difficulty in finding a course that caters for their special needs.

# Grading

Distance learning courses are not easy. Because the student is not required to attend classes, it is imperative that a sound assessment of their absorption of the materials is obtained by the tutor, and this is only obtained through assignments that are usually more in depth than the usual grading process that is awarded through classroom taught courses. This takes it’s form by enabling the student into not just learning about a given subject, but also showing their understanding of each individual step in essay form which lends to their overall grade. This is particularly important to the student, as the material is not the only information that needs to be taught in a given subject. The student needs to be able to question the material, and use their own reasoning when it comes to analysing what they are asked to absorb which keeps them interested in the course work and sees that they feel more involved with the process of their learning.

In the words of Mike Tomlinson, former chief inspector of schools,

‘Too much time is spent preparing for exams which could be used for learning’.

Improve Study Habits Tips

In case you’re an student going to classes, you have presumably experienced numerous minutes when it was difficult to make yourself settle down and concentrate, notwithstanding when a vital exam was coming up.

In case you’re similar to most students, you put off concentrating on until the latest possible time. The night prior to the exam, you’ll stay up throughout the night packing, getting next to zero rest. In the morning, you’ll drag yourself out of bed, psych yourself up with bunches of espresso and a few cigarettes, and go into the exam feeling depleted, depleted and nervous all in the meantime. You’ll see it difficult to center or think, and you’ll be reviling yourself for not beginning to concentrate sooner.

And not surprisingly, unless you’re blessed with natural brilliance, or you happen to know the subject matter extremely well, you’ll probably do terribly on the test.

If this is your typical method of studying, you already know it doesn’t work. Every time you go through this ritual, you tell yourself that you’re going to smarten up the next time you face a big exam. Next time you’ll start to study weeks in advance, you say. But instead, you keep repeating this crazy pattern. Why does this keep happening? And what should you be doing instead if you want to get better marks?

A big problem for most people, especially those who are young students, is that life gets in the way. If you’re a student, you probably have a part time job, and like most young people, you also want to have a social life.

Studying can seem very boring compared to all the exciting temptations just outside your door. Or the games on your computer. Even watching old reruns of Sesame Street can seem more interesting than the biology text your teacher is expecting you to master!

One reason we often don’t start studying until the last possible minute is that we have misjudged how long it will actually take us to absorb and understand the material. If your mid-term is still six weeks away, that might seem like plenty of time left before you need to get around to studying. You might find however, that the subject matter is a lot harder to understand than you thought it would be, and all of a sudden there’s no time left to ask someone to explain it to you.

Another reason we often put off starting to study is that we are too overwhelmed with how big the project actually seems to be. Somehow we convince ourselves that putting off a tough study project can be the best way to avoid feeling overwhelmed by it.

When we are faced with a study project that seems exceptionally difficult and overwhelming, it can be to maintain a high level of interest and motivation for the duration of the learning process.

If you have been guilty of all these bad study habits, it’s not too late to learn some other habits that will work better for you.

First, remind yourself why you want to do better in your studies. Maybe you need a good mark to get into a good college. Maybe you want a chance at a career that will pay you well. Always keep your end goal in mind.

You can put little cards up around your room with inspirational messages, and attractive photographs that will remind you why you want to do well in school.

If you feel very overwhelmed, you can improve your motivation and your performance by breaking up the project into smaller sections, or “chunks”. Each time you accomplish one little bit successfully, give yourself a meaningful reward.

If you have a deadline looming, decide how much of the project you need to tackle at one time.

Let’s say you have six weeks to master the content of a difficult biology text. Looking through the book you realize that if you study one chapter each night, you can get through the book in 28 days, leaving two weeks in which you can again review the material.

With this knowledge you can pace yourself. You know what your assignment is. You know how much you need to read every night. Concentrate on the immediate task at hand. You don’t need to feel overwhelmed by the entire book at one time. Next, work out a system of rewards for yourself. Give yourself a series of small rewards each time you master one chapter, and a larger reward for completing the entire book.

For rewards to work they must be immediate, and personally meaningful to you. There is no point in rewarding yourself with a new fishing rod if you hate fishing.

Rewards don’t need to be material objects if there is something else that would really motivate and inspire you. How about attending a special concert, or taking a special trip? You decide. Get creative and think of something that will spur you to take action.

It’s very important that the reward take place soon after the work has been accomplished. This creates a sense of positive reinforcement. Give yourself a small reward every time you finish a small part of the job, and a bigger reward when the project is completed. If there is too long a gap between the activity and the reward, it will not have the effect of reinforcing the desired activity.

Besides motivating yourself with a series of external rewards, learn to motivate yourself internally. Tell yourself you’re a good learner. Tell yourself you enjoy learning. Tell yourself you enjoy giving your brain a good work out. Congratulate yourself for your efforts. Tell yourself you love acquiring new knowledge, and let yourself feel a joy in learning. Be proud of yourself for the work you do to gain more knowledge.

For information to sink into your brain and be accessible to you, you need to review it several times, and your brain needs to sleep properly for the memories to be encoded in your neurons. You need to reduce your mental stress. Your brain needs good nutrition and it needs to be in a peaceful, confident state. Drugs and alcohol don’t help the process of learning.

Write out what you are learning in your own words, and find a learning buddy. Practice explaining to someone else what you have learned. This will increase the likelihood that your brain will remember it.

If you start to cram the night before, you are putting your brain at a big disadvantage.

You’re increasing your physical and mental stress, and you’re not giving yourself time to review the material several times. By cutting back on your sleep, you’re not giving your brain a chance to put the information you’ve been studying into the hard drive storage of your brain.

By starting your studies early, and reviewing what you’ve learned, you have a much better chance of remembering and understanding what you need to know when you face a big exam.

Tips for Paying College

Paying for school is getting more troublesome, yet it ought to be moderate in the event that you prepare.

In the event that you have or are anticipating having kids, you have likely effectively thought about to how you are paying for school. This is certainly something that you ought to begin considering as right on time as could be expected under the circumstances – particularly when the cost for a year of training is ascending with every scholarly year. The most ideal approach to ensure that you have cash to pay for school is to begin with an investment account early. Notwithstanding, you ought not put your cash in a standard investment account – the loan costs that you will get are generally not by any means sufficiently high to stay aware of expansion.

Instead, you should look for a better type of savings account. Certificate of Deposit accounts, for instance, usually give a much better interest rate – especially if you are willing to keep the money in the account for a long period of time. (The longer you keep the account, the higher the interest rate is). You should also consider purchasing bonds or making other investments – not all investments are as risky as the open stock market, and long term investments are generally safer.

Another thing that you should consider when your child is older, and you’re about to start paying for college, is that there are a lot of options available for scholarships – and even small scholarships will help. You should start looking for scholarships early, and have your high school student apply to some of the scholarships that apply to him or her.

There are more than just national scholarships available, as well! Most communities have scholarships that have been put forth by groups in the community, or by the high school itself. Essentially, there is nothing lost in applying for a scholarship – so your might as well!

In addition to scholarships, it is also possible for your student to receive grant money from the federal government in order to pay for college. In order to get this money, you’ll need to fill out a lot of financial aid forms – but it will be worth it.

Finally, while student loans are dreaded, you should prepare to take a few of them. Luckily, if you use the other advice in this article, you should not have to take student loans for the entire cost of your child’s education. Your best option for paying for college is to go with a mix of scholarships, loans, and grant money.

Online University Degree, The Pros and Cons

The inquiry that is frequently asked is whether a degree earned through an online organization is worth as much as a degree acquired from a customary college. Late studies, including one did by the University of Phoenix, have demonstrated that there is no huge distinction between separation learning and classroom learning.

Be that as it may, an online degree has its offer of advantages and disadvantages. The undeniable preferred standpoint of an online degree project is that the understudy can be found anyplace on the planet, but then select and seek after a degree course at a main instructive organization, for example, the University of Phoenix Online. There are no altered classroom timings, and it is up to the understudy to choose and pace his or her degree program. The understudy gets to all study material on the web, and communicates with the workforce through straightforward email messages.

It is sometimes argued that in an online degree program, the classroom environment is missing, and the student either depends on material that is supplied by the University, or needs to reach out to the online resources such as online libraries.

The success or failure of an online degree program also depends on the student’s self-discipline. While a traditional classroom situation ensures that the student adheres to the timetable, an online program often leaves it to the student to define the timetable—if the student is unable to exert self-discipline, there is a possibility that the course might overrun the acceptable timeline.

There are also some doubts expressed about the value of an online degree as compared to a traditional degree. However, if the institution imparting online courses is trusted in the academic world and accredited, an online degree is held in high esteem. The University of Phoenix is both trusted and accredited, and has an experienced faculty that is able to communicate effectively with students online.

The study conducted by the University of Phoenix compared its own campus-based students to distance learners and came to the conclusion that the current online format is the most effective vehicle for distance education. But while this study revealed that on campus learning at the University of Phoenix provides no significant advantage over distance learning with that same University, it would be presumptuous to assume that the analogy also extends to other online universities.

About Mind Map

Do you ever feel like you have some incredible thoughts, yet when you take a seat to think of them, they’re not all that good? Alternately much more dreadful, you can’t generally get a feeling of what the thoughts were? In one of my graduate understudy honing bunches we have been talking about the trouble of making an interpretation of halfway shaped thoughts into words on paper. One strategy that makes utilization of a regularly underutilized piece of our cerebrum is called “Mind Mapping.”

What is a Mind Map? Tony Buzan, who made “Mind Map” and has composed widely on it, portrays it as an intense realistic system that makes utilization of the way our brains normally work. He says it has four qualities.

# The main subject is crystallized in a central image
# The main themes radiate from the central image as branches
# Branches comprise a key image or key word printed on an associated line.
# The branches form a connected nodal structure

How Do You Mind Map? Mind mapping is best done in color. If you have some markers or colored pencils, and a sheet of white paper, you’re ready. If you don’t, just use what you have. Start with the central idea that you are trying to wrap your mind around. It could be the big picture (e.g. your next chapter) or a smaller idea (e.g. the next few paragraphs.) Write it down in one or two words at the center of the paper, and draw a circle around it. If there is a symbol or picture that you can put with the words, sketch that in. The idea is that you are activating the non-verbal side of your brain. The quality of what you draw is not important, since you will be the only one seeing it. The same is true for the ideas you come up with. Don’t edit, just put in what comes to mind.

There are no rules for the way to proceed from here. I tend to break rules, anyway. The way my mind works, I start thinking of related ideas, categories, and ideas, which I write in little circles surrounding the circle in the middle. I then use lines to connect them. Tony Buzan likes to draw curved lines emanating from the center, and write the related or associated ideas on the lines. The result looks like a tree emanating from a central spot. My technique looks more like a bunch of lollipops.

As you continue to add associated ideas to your outer circles or branches, you continue to draw the connections. You will notice as you fill them in that there are cross connections that appear. I find it helpful to draw lines between those interconnecting ideas.

How Does a Mind Map Help? The brain is an associative network, and the right hemisphere (in most people) is responsible for non-verbal, visual, associative and much creative thinking. Normally when writing, we are mostly making use of our left hemisphere, which tends towards the analytical, one-thought-at-a-time approach. Our internal thoughts, however, are not shaped like that. Thus we have a roadblock as we try to get our brilliant thoughts on paper.

By using a Mind Map as a starting point for thinking, you can bypass the blockage and feeling of overwhelm caused by overly analytical thinking. The Mind Map allows you to see more than one thought at a glance, and in doing so helps clarify your thinking. It shows the way ideas are interrelated (or less related than you thought.) It allows more access to creative, non-linear parts of your brain.

How Can Grad Students and Professors Use Mind Maps? At this point, you’re probably thinking, “How is it that Gina writes so brilliantly and clearly? How does she keep all her creative thoughts straight?” The secret is that I use Mind Maps to write my articles. So it’s not a high IQ but my Mind Mapping skills that got me where I am today.

Here are some helpful ways to make use of Mind Mapping.

  • Use it for brainstorming ideas for your proposal or new research project.
  • Make a Mind Map of your next chapter or the one you’re currently stuck on.
  • When planning your career, make a Mind Map to show the pros and cons of your available options.
  • Use a Mind Map to take notes.
  • Mind Mapping can help keep you awake and interested in your subject.
  • Prepare for an upcoming meeting with a Mind Map and use it to explain your ideas.
  • Use it in teaching, both to prepare classes and for handouts.

Play around with Mind Mapping. You’ll find it’s a refreshing break from the one-foot-in-front-of-the-other way that we approach many things in life.

Study Tips for Test

You’re in the thick of the school year. It appears as though there are such a large number of things going on, similar to assignments, ventures, and extracurricular exercises. Presently a test is coming up and you must do well on it. In what manner would it be a good idea for you to concentrate so you improve on that test?

Above all else, when you think about for a test, you shouldn’t learn something totally new. It is quicker and simpler to recall something you have officially learned than to learn something totally new. After every day of classes, it is a smart thought to survey all that you have learned. It doesn’t need to be a long survey either. Basically run during that time’s themes. That way, you allow your mind to drench up the data. Ideally, this survey will make future concentrate less tedious and to a lesser degree a learning procedure.

Where you study is important. Find a place that’s readily available with minimal distractions. A popular place to study is home. However, for some, home can be too distracting as it is easy to get sidetracked. What may help is if you study in a place that’s similar to the place where you’re going to take the test. When you study, you might associate certain topics with the environment. So if you take the test in a similar environment, you can more easily retrieve these associations. For example, if you’re going to write a test in a lecture room, it may help to study in a lecture room.

Some people study well in a group since they can get help from others in areas in which they are lacking. They may also gain valuable insight from others on what they have overlooked and which critical areas to focus on for the test. On the other hand, some people study well alone. They know what they have to study. A group can be distracting as they engage in off-topic conversation or try to do absolutely everything but study. You’re the one who knows yourself the best, so determine what works best for you.

There are various methods you can use when studying. For example, when studying for a test, you can do different things, like reading through your textbook, reading through course notes, answering textbook questions, redoing past assignments, reviewing previous tests, researching online, talking with others, and more. You can also use memory-improving techniques like mnemonics, visualization, and association. Try a combination of different studying methods and track your results.

A method that works well for most people is studying in small pieces instead of large chunks of time. Studying in large chunks of time increases the chance that you will overwhelm your brain with information and start forgetting things. If you study in small pieces of time, you aren’t absorbing all of this information at once and get chances to rest. Furthermore, you should rehearse what you study and do it in expanding time intervals. For example, if you study ten digits of PI, you could attempt to rehearse the ten digits in one minute, then two minutes, then four minutes, and so on.

In addition, state of being is important for studying. It has been shown that if you study while intoxicated, you will do better if you take the test while intoxicated. If you study while sober, you will do better if you take the test while sober. The sober case showed better results than the intoxicated case. Thus it’s better to stay away from the drinks while studying and while taking the test.

Finally, make sure you eat healthy and get a good night’s sleep before the test. If you think there is not enough time to sleep, take a look at some time management tips so you can help use and manage your time more efficiently.

See These Tips before Make An Online Student Credit Card Application

Student – Do you know what your credit card is really costing you and how you can spare cash by making an online understudy Visa application for a card with a lower loan cost?

Numerous understudies assume out an understudy praise card without monitoring the concealed expenses that numerous Visa organizations are charging. Indeed, on the off chance that you don’t keep close tabs on your Visa, you may wind up paying many additional dollars every year—without ever truly knowing it!

Furthermore, if like most understudies cash is tight and you’re attempting to live to a financial plan, those concealed expenses can include! We should investigate the absolute most basic Visa expenses, and after that discussion about how you can stay away from them.

# Grace Periods

In the past, we could always count on grace periods before we ever had to start paying interest. For example, if we charged our card to the limit, and could get it paid off before the grace period expired, then it would be like a free loan—we wouldn’t have to pay any interest.

Unfortunately, the credit card companies are making this harder and harder to do. For starters, many of them have reduced the traditional 30 day grace period to 20-25 days.

If you hold a credit card, but didn’t realize this, then you’re likely paying interest without even knowing it! What’s worse is that more and more credit card companies are eliminating grace periods altogether. That means if you charged lunch today at noon, at 12:01 pm, you would be already paying interest on it.

How about your credit card? You need to take a close look at the fine print and find out what kind of grace period you have. If your credit card company has reduced it significantly, or eliminated it altogether, you should seriously consider canceling it and getting a more user-friendly card.

# Late Fees

When is the last time you checked to see what amount your credit card company charges you for a late fee? The truth is that these fees have doubled in just the past ten years, and that, combined with the reduced grace period, means that the credit card companies are raking in a lot of dough on late fees!

If it’s possible, you should try and send off the check (or electronic transfer) the day that you receive your credit card bill. There are three reasons why it’s important never to be late. The first is obvious; you will want to do everything in your power to avoid a hefty late fee. Next, if you are late, it will likely be reported to the credit agency and you will have a bad mark on your credit report. The third is the direst, and we’ll discuss it below.

# Interest Rate Hikes

Did you know that if you are late–even one time—on your credit card payment, the company will in all likelihood raise your interest rates? That’s right; one late payment gives them the right to do it. What’s more, that isn’t just limited to your credit card payment. Any late payments from any lender that show up on your credit report gives them the justification to raise your rates, so be careful!

# Key Tips For An Online Student Credit Card Application

Stop paying high charges and interest rates. Find a  apr student credit card and look for introductory periods of 12 months for balance transfers and purchases. You should also be able to find a student credit card options with rebates on gas, grocery and other great rewards.

 

About MBA Degree

The MBA is maybe the most pined for course in today’s reality. This course beat the rundown of courses practically in all the created and creating nations over the globe. The excitement for the course has acquired numerous little private organizations and so on to offer this course. In any case, just those understudies who have gotten the MBA degree from some perceived prominent college locate the best of positions. So the foundation or the college is the primary variable for an effective vocation in this field. This article will teach you about the different issues like fund, methodology to study, meeting and so on identified with picking MBA as a calling.

  • In today’s competitive world there are no shortcuts. The student willing to take admission in one of the best institutes either in Asia or abroad, need to study hard and get the good grades. 3.0 to 4.0 are the minimum grades required at the undergraduate grade point average (GPA).
  • Most of the MBA schools or colleges adjudicate the caliber of the student via the GMAT or The Graduate Management Admissions Test exam. This test is to estimate the individual’s knowledge of English, Math and Analytical writing skills. The verbal or English section comprises of 41 questions to be answered within 75 minutes. The questions like correcting the hidden grammatical mistakes etc. The Math section has 37 questions and same 75 minutes. Questions are on various mathematical topics like percentage, ratio and so forth. The writing analysis is based on writing two essays on different issues.
  • The school and university depend on the grades that you get in the exam. Good grades will fetch you a deemed university while poor ones may not.
  • MBA programs are full time and part time and within this program there are many choices. Like you can take up finance management, HR, etc. it is at the discretion of the student to decide which course to go for.
  • Once you have made a preference for the course, the time comes to look at the fee structure. Usually the MBA schools charge a high fee which is not within the reach of students. In this case they look for other financial aids. Many schools offer scholarships, grants etc. that can be looked up to. Else the loan facility is always available. The loan providing banks and companies also consider the grades and the institution that recommends the name of the student. The successful schools are known for producing productive students who can repay the loan conveniently with their salaries.

The FAFSA or the Free Application for Federal Students, loan offered by the federal government is doing remarkable job in this area. However, due to the popularity of the loan, the application should be sent as soon as possible.

  • Many MBA schools ask for recommendation letters. This is in order to justify a student’s authenticity. In this case the letter should be taken by an honored and known authority whose recommendation lifts your name in the eyes of its seekers.
  • The school life is followed by hunt for a job. If you have passed from a top most school, job is not an issue; still you need to be prepared to win your contenders. When going for an interview wear decent clothes that are not too jazzy and funky and colorful. Practice properly with a friend or family member before the day of interview. Don’t forget to take a copy of resume and cover letter along with your certificates. You need to be familiar with each and every word of your resume and cover letter. Don’t be nervous and maintain a calm composure. Try replying in a prudent manner to all their questions. Even if you make a mistake, don’t let it affect your rest of the answers and your attitude.

So go ahead and chase your dreams!