GMAT

  • New service tax makes travel, holidays costlier July 1, 2012

    New Delhi: Get ready to pay even more. The new 12 per cent additional Service Tax comes into effect from Sunday. The new tax covers all services except 38 activities that are put on the negative list. The switch-over to a negative list is aimed at unifying the tax and levies...
  • Bell The CAT: Your MBA queries answered November 12, 2011

    CNN-IBN special show 'Bell the CAT' aims to advise and guide the students aspiring for Common Admission Test (CAT). ...
  • Bell The Cat: Your CAT queries answered November 5, 2011

    CNN-IBN special show 'Bell the CAT' aims to advise and guide the students aspiring for Common Admission Test (CAT). ...
  • Bell The CAT: your MBA queries answered October 29, 2011

    CAT examination can only be taken once a year, you can attempt GMAT up to five times in a year. ...
  • Computer-based CAT exam's pattern unlikely to change August 6, 2009

    New Delhi: Students appearing for the Common Admission Test (CAT) this year need not worry much as the examination pattern is unlikely to change even though the mode will shift from paper to a computer-based one. The candidates will be divided into 20 batches with two batches sitting for the test...
  • Univs introduce biometric tests for GMAT aspirants August 1, 2008

    Mumbai: With foreign universities stepping up security measures for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), get ready to put your palms under the scanner before taking the test. The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is introducing a biometric palm-scanning test for GMAT aspirants in India and Korea within the next 30...
  • Tech this out, online CAT won’t make things tougher April 2, 2008

    New Delhi: The 2009 Common Admission Test will be taken online much like the GMAT, but is that beneficial for the candidates or not is the question at stake. As some CAT aspirants may be savvy when it comes to the computer but what does the CAT have in store...
  • IIMs may be tailoring CAT paper on GMAT format October 26, 2007

    New Delhi: The CAT paper may be going the GMAT way. Sample this - from 2003 to 2006, the number of questions has fallen from 150 to 75. The GMAT paper has 78 questions. The number of choices and the duration of the CAT examination have also changed resembling a...
  • GMAT boom in India; 16,000 takers last year July 25, 2007

    New Delhi: From less than 6,000 in 2001, the number of Indians opting for GMAT increased to over 16,000 last year. Out of the two lakh people taking GMAT every year across the world, about five per cent are from India. Experts say, the number of GMAT takers in India...