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Fake GMAT score reports of private GMAT tutors in Delhi

Fake GMAT score reports of private GMAT tutors in Delhi

by | Jul 28, 2018 | Blog

Some private GMAT tutors in Delhi try to create an aura around themselves by flaunting their fake GMAT score reports, which they have created using a PDF editor. Such teachers claim high GMAT scores such as 770, 780, etc. Some GMAT tutors try to hide behind the aura...
Real GMAT scores v/s Mock scores

Real GMAT scores v/s Mock scores

Why is there such a huge difference between the mock scores and the real GMAT scores in so many cases? Very many students report that their real GMAT scores were more than 100 points lower than their GMAT mock scores. There are several reasons why the real GMAT scores...
How to score above 700 on the GMAT?

How to score above 700 on the GMAT?

1) Start your GMAT preparation early. Earlier you start better it is. Do not wait for B-school deadlines. A student must ideally start his GMAT preparation 6 to 8 months before the exam. Best time is January of every year. A planned starting point will make you meet...
Why did I score less than 600?

Why did I score less than 600?

Why did I score less than 600? What went wrong? I studied for 3 months and, on an average, 4 hours daily. I was scoring above 700 in my mocks. I even did the tough questions from the various GMAT forums. Everybody outside there seems to be scoring above 700. Why not...
The Indian average GMAT Score

The Indian average GMAT Score

Not many will believe that the Indian average GMAT score is less than 580. The world average GMAT score is around 550. Shocking! All of us are dreaming of a 700 plus. A 700 on the GMAT is a 90 percentile: out of 10 students who take the exam only 1 gets a 700 or...
3 GMAT Myths

3 GMAT Myths

Myth1: I think getting a 700 on the GMAT is not tough. Everybody around me is getting a 700 or more. The internet is flooded with stories of 700+ GMAT scores. Every Tom, Dick, and Harry is getting a 700+. Eye Opener 1: Getting a 700+ on the real GMAT is pretty tough...