GRE mainly includes verbal skill which focuses on reading comprehensions & quantitative reasoning which focuses on data interpretation and real life scenarios. It is suggestive to give yourself atleast 3 months to prepare. You can refer to books such as ‘The Official Guide to GRE’ as well as ‘Barons Guide to the new GRE’.
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MBA is a much broader & practical-oriented degree covering all aspects of a business (marketing, finance, human resources and operations) with specialisation in your desired major. Leading business schools worldwide need the GMAT and TOEFL / IELTS for admission plus a full-time work experience of at least three years. Hence, if you are keen on(…)
Indian employers always value a foreign degree. Researches show that eight out of ten employers would prefer an employee with a foreign degree in their organization even if they require to pay more him. Employees in India get weightage of a foreign degree. Moreover he has spent a part of his life in a different(…)
Do not carry a lot of unnecessary luggage with you. Keep yourself comfortable with the luggage. Only carry those which you might require while travelling & just after you reach. Rest everything is available there too. Your dresses might be considered as old fashioned & you might feel outdated or an odd one out there.(…)
I can’t speak the language. Will I be able to follow the lectures delivered in the class? Will I have to learn the native language?
Well, you can choose from either of the two. Either you can do a basic course before you go or you can learn it there itself. There is nothing better than learning the language while speaking with the native people. That way you learn well & become a better speaker with each passing day. By(…)
A passport is an international form of identification of your nationality. It is required by anyone who wants to travel overseas. Without a passport you cannot travel anywhere in the world. Whereas Visa is a temporary permission to stay abroad granted by the official of that particular country where you are planning to stay. This(…)
A passport is an international form of identification of your nationality. It is required by anyone who wants to travel overseas. Without a passport you cannot travel anywhere in the world. It takes almost 6-8 weeks to obtain a passport. So, if you do not have one & you are still planning to go abroad,(…)
Yes, you can study abroad as different types of loans, grants, and scholarships are there which you can avail. Students can take education loans from banks as well. Cost of your study depends on the program you choose, the university & the country you choose. Certain universities also allow part-time jobs so that you can(…)
Well, this is really a big decision to study abroad. Many parents may not support this decision. They can be convinced if your decision is firm enough, if you are confident enough about your decision, if you are sure where you want to go & for what course. You should have a strong reason of(…)
Scholarships are awarded mainly to the most deserving students. At the graduate level you get a sponsorship in the form of graduate assistantships where you work or research with professors. In exchange you will get your entire tuition fees waived, and get a monthly stipend to cover your living expenses. Naturally, such awards are very(…)