Researching the Stillwaters of OSU – Student Diary


Writing from my desk at the Oklahoma State University (OSU), Stillwater, I bring to you my personal perspective on OSU as a master’s student in Management Information Systems with a concentration in Data Sciences. The campus at Stillwater offers a tremendous opportunity for research work, particularly in Data Sciences. As such it ranks among the [...]

Researching the Stillwaters of OSU – Student Diary2019-11-29T14:00:06+05:30

GRE vs GMAT: What’s best for me?


Around a decade back, the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score was solely used for MS programs and the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) score was used for MBA programs. Lately, though, an increasing number of business schools have started accepting GRE scores. This line is blurring and many aspirants find themselves unsure about deciding between [...]

GRE vs GMAT: What’s best for me?2019-11-29T14:19:11+05:30

What is a Good GRE Score? Read On


In our earlier article about acing the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), we had provided some insights to help you crack the exam. In the last point, we stressed the importance of staying positive and having a target score in mind. But, how does one determine a target score? What is a good GRE score? [...]

What is a Good GRE Score? Read On2019-11-29T17:07:54+05:30

GMAT Score 700? Good! Where Can You Go With It?


A 700 plus GMAT score is considered the holy-grail for applicants aspiring for a top league B-School admit. If one has missed the 700 mark on GMAT, retaking the test is the most obvious solution for improving the score. In fact, most admissions officers actively encourage candidates with low scores to retake the test. Additionally, [...]

GMAT Score 700? Good! Where Can You Go With It?2019-11-29T15:50:16+05:30

The Open Doors Report 2017 – The Perception of an Educational Consultant


The Open Doors Report is published annually by the Institute of International Education (IIE) with support from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. It gives a clear picture on the annual trends in the preferences of Indian and other international students while choosing their overseas education destination. It has become a useful [...]

The Open Doors Report 2017 – The Perception of an Educational Consultant2019-11-29T15:56:06+05:30

Know the Student Visa Process


Once decided to study in the US, students must not only be accepted but also obtain permission to live and study in the US. An I20 is issued to students only after the decisions are made by the universities. An I20 is an official document (Certificate of Eligibility for Non -Immigrant student status (F1) provided [...]

Know the Student Visa Process2019-11-29T16:00:21+05:30

TOEFL – Be Anything, Study Anywhere


TOEFL® is a trademark of the Educational Testing Service (ETS), which designs and administers the tests. Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL®) is considered as one of the most ideal tests to assess your proficiency in the English language and required by most U.S. colleges. The TOEFL is a check of basic skills – [...]

TOEFL – Be Anything, Study Anywhere2019-11-29T16:05:35+05:30

5 Absolutely Important Things to Take Note Of Before Applying For Your U.S. Visa


Whether you want to pursue MS in USA, MBA or any other course, you cannot do so unless you obtain a visa. We want you to have the most smooth-sailing F1 visa interview, so don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here is a comprehensive checklist of Do’s and Don’ts that you can always refer to [...]

5 Absolutely Important Things to Take Note Of Before Applying For Your U.S. Visa2019-11-29T16:08:35+05:30

The Gold Standard – GMAT


“Survey finds that 50% of business schools pinpoint a low GMAT score as “the biggest application killer,” confirming that applicants still need to submit a strong score overall.” The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a standardized examination that is used by business schools, including online ones, to assess applicants around the world. GMAT assesses [...]

The Gold Standard – GMAT2019-11-29T16:16:06+05:30