We’re the Market leaders: We prepare more students for the GMAT, KUMAT and TUMAT than any other institute in Nepal.
Most Comprehensive Class: Our GMAT classes also provide additional classes in ‘Presentation Skills’, ‘Group Discussions’ for the TUMAT and KUMAT. In addition, we provide additional classes for Ace and Apex Entrance preparation.
We have the best Track Record: The results our alumni achieve are unmatched in Nepal.
We have the best Lesson Plans: Our lesson plans are laid out meticulously and focus solely on abilities tested in official questions.
The Best Students choose NIEC: Students of elite B-Schools in Nepal choose NIEC. Toppers come to NIEC to study the GMAT.
We will be first out of the starting blocks with the NEXT-GEN GMAT: NIEC is the first institute to formulate lesson plans and impart instruction for the Next-Gen GMAT.
The Teachers at NIEC: Hundreds of success stories, more experience than anyone in the industry, a better understanding of testing areas…what more can a student ask for?
LCD Display enabled classroom: The best display based technology to match the most modern pedagogy.
Great Facilities after Class: Move to the lab after class to enjoy high speed surfing or research your course or college/universities options. The library provides a quiet atmosphere for serious study and houses over 3000 volumes. Our rooftop café provides cheap, hygienic and tasty snacks and beverages to students throughout the day.
Comprehensive Online Support: Check out the GMAT LOUNGE (www.niec.edu.np/gmatlounge) on our website. This facility lets you download lessons, practice with quality questions and contains a forum where you can post questions and get answers within 24 hours.
Great Support after course completion: After you complete your course, you can still use the facilities on board and take repeat classes for any section you are having a problem with. We also assist you in selecting colleges and universities and placing you in them.
ABOUT THE GMAT
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive standardized test in mathematics and the English language for measuring aptitude to succeed academically in graduate business studies. Business schools use the test as a criterion for admission into graduate business administration programs throughout the world.
The GMAT Consists of:
Verbal Reasoning: (41 multiple choice questions in 75 minutes)
Sentence Correction: This question tests your ability to correct written material to conform to ‘standard written English’.
Critical Reasoning: This question tests your ability to understand and evaluate arguments.
Reading Comprehension: This question tests your ability to read and comprehend written material.
Quantitative Reasoning: (37 Multiple choice questions in 75 minutes)
Problem Solving: This question tests basic mathematical skills, understanding of basic Math concepts and the ability to reason quantitatively.
Data Sufficiency: This question tests your ability to analyze a quantitative problem, recognize which pieces of information are relevant and determine at what point there is sufficient information to solve a problem.
Analytical Writing Assessment:
Analysis of an Issue: This essay tests your ability to analyze the complexities behind an issue or opinion and form a persuasive position on the same issue or opinion.
Analysis of an Argument: This essay tests your ability to analyze the reasoning behind an argument and construct a critique.
Next Generation GMAT
The next generation GMAT will be launched June 5, 2012. The new test will feature the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the present GMAT without changes. However, there will only be 1 essay prompt (Analysis of an Argument) and a new Integrated Reasoning section with an on screen calculator. The length of the test will remain the same (3 hours and 30 mins.). The new Integrated Reasoning section will test your skills in evaluating data from multiple sources and in multiple forms. These are skills you will need to succeed in a world where data is considered very important.