Exactly what MBAs need for GMAT Prep.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 07, 2012
Studying for the GMAT is no easy task for today's busy professionals who may be considering business school for their career goals. One might be motivated to excel at the workplace, but to dedicate time and effort for the GMAT exam after a long day at work may be the last thing a busy professional wants to do.
Yet, the GMAT exam is not going away and all MBA applicants must find the motivation to prepare for this global exam and compete with candidates from around the world. Where do MBA candidates find the motivation to prepare for the GMAT in the midst of their busy schedules?
That's where GMAT Pill's new video-focused iPad app "GMAT Pill HD" comes into play.
The popular video iPad app is the industry's first true on-the-go GMAT app that lets business school applicants download videos directly onto their iPad device for viewing later. Users can prepare for the GMAT during their commutes to work - whether on the train, on the bus, or in the subway -- all without an internet connection.
What makes GMAT Pill HD unique is its heavy emphasis on video for Apple's iPad device.
"The iPhone simply cannot convey a lot of the thought processes we teach in an effective manner," explains Zeke Lee, co-founder and CEO of GMAT Pill. "Only the iPad, with its increased screen size, can deliver the unique testing strategies that we teach to our students through video. That's exactly what we do with the GMAT Pill HD iPad app."
Designed by the top-rated online GMAT Prep company, "GMAT Pill HD" leverages an important feature of Apple's iPad device to allow for mobile learning. The app is divided into two major modes: a download mode and a live mode.
The download mode displays all the videos that have been downloaded onto a user's device. These videos load locally and do not require an internet connection to reach an outside server. Because of this feature, GMAT students can more efficiently fit in GMAT Prep into their busy schedules and achieve their scores they want for MBA applications.
The live mode requires an internet connection to retrieve the latest videos from the GMAT Pill server. Users can also post their questions and get answers from the GMAT Pill staff.
Users can toggle between the two modes to suit their needs and internet connection availability.
GMAT students using the app find themselves quite motivated to study for the GMAT exam. Jim Sammings, an MBA applicant, said that "the [GMAT Pill HD] iPad app lets me squeeze in a few minutes of studying throughout the day wherever I go. All that time adds up and I actually get a lot of studying done without even knowing it. It's fun!"
The app covers every section of the new GMAT exam including:
1) Verbal: Sentence Correction
2) Verbal: Critical Reasoning
3) Verbal: Reading Comprehension
4) Quant: Data Sufficiency
5) Quant: Problem Solving
6) Integrated Reasoning
Within integrated reasoning, the app covers all 4 subsections including: two-part analysis, table analysis, graphics interpretation, and multi source reasoning.
For more samples of GMAT practice questions, visit GMAT Pill's Practice Pill Platform.
About GMAT Pill
GMAT Pill is the web's top-rated online GMAT prep course that has helped thousands of students improve their test scores and gain admission to top MBA programs around the world. Founded by a team of Stanford graduates in 2009, GMAT Pill has been featured in the Harvard Business School newspaper, top financial blogs, GMAT Club, and media publications like Bloomberg Businessweek.