Friday, September 24, 2010

GMAT at Home:E-learning by Csquare learnings

Csquare Learnings makes GMAT preparation easy with their New E-Learning Modules..Take a look!

The future is a high-resolution game. Never before has humanity been able to explore the emerging landscape in such detail, to measure the forces of change at such vast scales, and to fill in the details with such fine grain. But this high-resolution grid is not complete. It challenges Csquare to envision and build the future we want. As digital tools create new platforms, we at Csquare are focused on how our students benefit galore form changing technology as we redesign the delivery of GMAT strategies and also make accountability a key part of the whole process.

To talk about our past…In 2005, Csquare began its GMAT journey by helping students achieve their Dream Score through power packed classroom training courses and as we progressed we introduced the online live virtual sessions to help students globally. At this juncture where we celebrate our success and realize the impact that technology can have on our lives, we are proud to introduce E-Learning training sessions that will provide our result oriented strategies fused with flexibility and simplicity.

As the worldwide E-learning industry grows over $48 billion, Csquare ventures into this form of education delivery to ensure its students avail the following benefits-

Like no other training form, e-learning promises to provide you complete training conveniently at off-hours or from home or a time that suits you.

Our E-learning sessions are developed with individualized self-paced modules to suit the needs of both slow and quick learners. You can access the learning resource multiple number of times over days and hence it reduces stress and increases satisfaction.

E-learning also offers interactivity between the learners and the trainers and helps students get their queries answered.

For your confidence levels there are online GMAT assessments and extra tests that can be availed. Students can submit their assignments to their personal trainers who can also view the online reports about students’ performance during the course. This helps students improve their skills in key areas be it Sentence Correction, Reading Comprehension et al.

The E-Learning methodology can cater to students with diversified needs and in conjunction help you achieve your Dream score conveniently.

This innovative pedagogical design- first of its kind in the GMAT world, offers you the GMAT concepts, experience of skilled professionals coupled with powers of technology. We invite you and your friends to be a part of this high resolution endeavor.

Please feel free to mail me or call me to know more about this E-learning technology. I will be more than delighted to answer your queries.

(You can drop in a mail to varshaagarwal@csqrl.com)

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

GRE OK for an Ivy League MBA |The Times of India

TOI | BANGALORE| 14th Sep 2010: Some premier B-schools worldwide are making things a bit easy for applicants by selectively accepting Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores in lieu of Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) scores.

Although it is entirely subjective and depends on respective institutes, Educational Testing Service, which conducts the GRE exam, states on its website that more B-schools are diversifying the candidate pool for their MBA and graduate management programmes. "The GRE General Test is accepted for admission to university masters and doctoral degree programme and a rapidly increasing number of MBA programmes. It's accepted by a fast-growing number of business schools, including some of the top-ranked in the world, such as Harvard, MIT Sloan, NYU Stern and Stanford," the site states.

CSquare Learning trains students for GMAT and its director Rashmi Gowda told TOI that over 330 B-schools globally are accepting GRE scores. "It's advantageous as students can take only one test and then decide to opt for either for MS or MBA," she said. "Students should check which institute accepts GRE scores and for which programmes," she said by way of cautioning the students. Has this helped increase enrolment? "Not really. It will take some time for this to come by," she adds.

A few coaching centres said only some institutes accept GRE scores. "The number is slightly increasing. In some cases, GRE scores are accepted for programmes coupled with science and management. But most still prefer GMAT scores," said Srinivas Sistla, director, Questeducation.

According to ETS, the GRE General Test measures skills which have business school value. "These are the same skills measured by GMAT — verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing. The test doesn't measure knowledge in any specific discipline. However, some questions will be presented in a business context," it stated.

To view the article Online:

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/GRE-OK-for-an-Ivy-League-MBA-/articleshow/6550287.cms

Sunday, September 12, 2010

HEC MBA Seminar at Csquare learnings

Csquare Learnings in collaboration with HEC Paris organizes a Seminar on HEC MBA :Training the world leaders of tomorrow”


Venue:

Csquare Learnings Convention Hall
Courtesy : Shilton Royale
9, 100 Feet Road, Koramangala Bangalore - 560 047.
Date : Sept 18, 2010 [Saturday]
Time : 3:30 - 4:30 PM
Contact details: 080-40821000

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