The Course Module
In an MBA entrance exam, verbal ability and vocabulary plays a significant role. Verbal Ability is defined as the capability of a person in expressing ideas using words in a clearly understandable manner. For aspirants who want to get good scores in Verbal Ability, a good vocabulary and sentence formation skills are important. The mastery over Synonyms, Antonyms, Analogy, Idioms and Phrases, One word substitution are important in this respect. Vocabulary is an integral part of most MBA entrance exams. In many competitive exams these days, a lot of questions are asked based on application of vocabulary, e.g. synonyms, antonyms, fill in the blanks etc. Of late vocabulary questions in Verbal Ability have shifted their focus to contextual usage. Rote learning may not be of much help in this context. The important tip to save time and energy in effective preparation is to utilise your precious time on exercises and practicing to solve different types of questions. Firstly, you need to become familiar with more and more new words. The crucial aspect for this is reading. Reading from different sources will give an exposure to new and varied words. You should read novels, magazines and newspapers in this relation. It is also advisable while reading to keep a dictionary and understand the meaning and usage of unfamiliar words that you may come across for the first time. The retention of the words that you have learnt is equally important.
The module of Verbal and Vocabulary Practice for MBA Entrance by TCYOnline is designed to provide handy tips to the aspirants as well as strengthening their vocabulary skills with respect to the MBA entrance examination and for daily communication too. 81 Tests for this package constitutes of 2110 questions with vast comprehensive choices covering Paragraph Jumbles (Conceptual & CAT), Sentence Completion(Conceptual & Real CAT), Verbal Analogies (Conceptual), Paragraph Completion (Conceptual & CAT), Word Usage (Conceptual & Real CAT), Critical Reasoning (Real CAT), Vocab (suffix based, prefix based, middle roots), Vocab Test Letter A to Z, Mixed Vocab Test - I, Mixed Vocab Test - II.