For thousands of individuals each year, getting the best score possible on the GMAT is essential. A high test score can be the key to getting into a top 20 MBA program and a successful career in business. Here are three strategies to seriously consider implementing to help you score high on the GMAT.
No? Don't be surprised. Turns out that most Americans, and indeed most of the world, sub-vocalize to some extent. That's natural, it's simply a hold over from when you were originally taught to read. The trouble is, after we learn to read, very few people rarely improve upon the basic reading skills we're as children.
"There is so much more to a book than just the reading." -Maurice Sendak
Education has come a long way in the past 20 years. And now, living in this ever-connected world, education is likely to change even more.
It is simpler than ever before to engage in some quick brain games either on your phone, a tablet or your home computer or laptop. Many people try to do little puzzles like sudoku or a crossword puzzle to keep their brains engaged. The hope is that, if they keep their brains sharp, they can prevent mental deterioration that leads to problems like dementia.
Researchers have shown for some time that elderly people who keep their brains sharp with puzzles, and various Brain Games are less likely to see the kind of deterioration in their brain associated with senility and diseases like Alzheimer's disease.