GMAT Tips from Test Takers

Managing the stress and anxiety over an examination alongside years of educational material to study is the battle that every Graduate Management Admission Test taker will face. To prepare, the usual so-called sword and shield to bring to the arena are mountains of review books and enrolling in expensive review sessions. It’s a back to school session that is difficult and tiresome, but it must be done by all if they want to pass with flying colors. What more can you do?


But what if this infographic created by GMAT Verbal told you that there is more to GMAT success than the usual academic material fare? Past GMAT test takers have been asked for their greatest test taking advice and it has all come together into one neat, bright, and easy to understand infographic! It covers the best tips and tricks to understanding the exam structure and the best ways to go about studying. Their sage advice has allowed them not only to pass the GMAT, but have also helped them reach legendary scores of 700 and above. That is the dream!
If you have opened your books in hopes of a successful study session, you might find that there are days nothing is absorbing! This means that you need to switch up your study style. If you have no idea how to do that, wise up and collect wisdom from people who have been through it all! Follow the intelligent advice collected in the infographic for inspiration and face your study sessions with no fear.

The funny things job applicants used as the ice breakers on their resumes

Motivating someone through laughter is often a folly for a fool. To many people they wrongly think of the resume as an ice breaker and a way to connect to the insides of an organization, when nothing could be further from reality. As you can see in this infographic created by Almagreta, author of the templates professionally designed for your resume.

Using your talent and skill like a vaudeville act will certainly get you attention, but probably as an inside joke circulated around the HR water cooler.

Avoid costly comments that don’t spell out the value you present to that particular company; I mean if someone knocked on your door and instead of saying what they were there for told you that they could juggle balloons while painting, you would not think of them as the best for the job (even if they were in fact the best painter’s who also happen to be able to juggle while they paint).

Use your resume like a doorbell. Make it crisp and loud enough to get an answer, but not too loud that it gets ignored. Marketing yourself properly using a strategically created resume or CV will get many doors open for you, it’s when you are on the other side that your less than serious side can peek through the veil of professionalism and make eye contact with your colleagues.

Funny Resume Quotes