- Posted by Prepglobe
- On April 25, 2018
It is misconception that more of mathematics abilities are tested at quantitative section of GMAT exam, actually it is more of quantitative and analytical abilities and not mathematics. Moreover, we presume that since candidates from engineering background have spend lot of time in past doing mathematics hence they would do better at quantitative section but we have many case studies of GMAT candidates wherein despite of coming from Non engineering background , done better than engineering background candidates. Actually it is more to do with right strategy, studying and practicing through right content, having exposure to the right type of questions and doing enough number of Full mock test make candidates better prepared to face the real GMAT exam. Also at times it is better for non engineering background students to take some professional guidance through best GMAT trainer in Delhi who can train and guide them to better equip with right methods and short tricks to solve the questions.
Moreover, understanding what to study and how much time need to be spent on preparing each topic is very important to optimize the preparation in the limited time constraint. Devising a proper study plan with defined timelines for covering each section and subsection, keeping an eye on various topics with regards to one’s strength and weakness at it and also importance of the topic at the GMAT exam is equally important to understand. However, non Engineering background candidates need to spend more time on practicing than the engineering background candidates. Also non Engineering background candidates need to be break the initial inertia of not able to understand concepts of GMAT quantitative section. Hence with right strategy ,proper planning, good number of practice hours and right guidance from GMAT expert/ trainer is the key for non engineering background GMAT candidates to score high at Quantitative section of GMAT exam.