14Oct

READING-STRATEGIES-FOR-THE-

READING STRATEGIES FOR THE GRE »

The GRE has two sections of Verbal and there could be a third – the experimental section! For most GRE test-takers this is not good news because it means more vocabulary to negotiate and m

23Sep

GMAT GEOMETRY

GEOMETRY: AS ON THE GMAT »

GMAT geometry is always very logical. Most of the time GMAT gives you a figure and some information to solve the missing angles or sides of that figure.

04Sep

IELTS Prep

Making your IELTS Prep easy! »

A common myth regarding the test among the candidate is about it being a hard nut to crack. But frankly speaking, IELTS is an easy exam if one is dedicated, organized and meticulous.

22Aug

Sat Biology Subject Test

SAT BIOLOGY SUBJECT TEST- E/M Version? »

Along with regular SAT scores, SAT Subject Test scores are mandatory to ensure   admission to most schools, especially in the USA.

19Jul

GRE TEST

The Pitfalls of taking the GRE Lightly »

What plagues GRE test-takers? Not an easy question to answer.

10Jun

IDP Education - Option IELTS

Option Training partners with IDP Education »

Option Training Institute has collaborated with IDP Education in order to serve as a one-stop shop for every applicant who needs to relocate to or study in a Native English Speaking Country.

29Apr

Academic IELTS Writing

ACADEMIC IELTS WRITING TASK 1 »

Academic writing task 1 requires the candidate to describe or write a report based on a graphical representation of data relating to trends in any field.

30Mar

Deconstructing the Assumption Task

Deconstructing the Assumption Task »

Probably the single most difficult question type of the GMAT critical reasoning and /or reading comprehension questions is the Assumption.

13Mar

TOEFL-Speaking

Do well in TOEFL Speaking »

There are several skills to help you get a good score in speaking.

22Feb

IELTS Writing

Raising your score in IELTS Writing »

One of the main problems with the Writing Section is that students don’t read the question and identify what they are asked to do; as a result the responses are normally off track.