We've received grades all our lives. In fact, we're so used to them that we often don't think very much about what they mean, or how they are calculated. So today we're going to look at some of the different ways in which tests are scored, and at what those scores mean.
After a few days having the GMAT Toolkit for Android in the Google Play market, the question for us is "What to do next?" So, all you Android users, what tool do you need to be ported next from GMAT ToolKit for iOS?
From GMAT Club member Viking81: "I appeared for my second attempt on 01 Oct. I was waiting for the official score report before posting my story and I received it today. Scored 750 (98%) and the split is Q 50 (90%) V 41 (93%) IR 7/8 (81%) AWA 6/6 (90%). I am pretty happy with my score, given that I wasnt sure of the IR section."
Round 1 Interview invitations are rolling out which means...it's time to brush up on those interview skills, eh?
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You got it: the face-to-face interview with a b-school. This is the hour of reckoning – an opportunity to make that final impression that pushes you past the finish line. Here's a checklist from GMAT Club member Kingb to make sure you avoid some specific "don'ts" when facing an interview.
From GMAT Club member Ariel: "I thought I'd get a thread going where international students can discuss their experiences and share tips on securing funds for their education, obtaining a study permit, etc."