5 Tricks to Grace Your FRM Exam

The FRM or Financial Risk Manager exam is a professional certification examination conducted worldwide by the GARP or Global Association of Risk Professionals for risk professionals and is globally recognized. FRM consists of two paper based tests – FRM Part-1 and FRM Part-2 which need to be cleared in sequence; that is though you can appear for both the parts at one single time; the second paper will be evaluated only if you clear the first one. Held in May and November every year; this highly professional and demanding test requires great precision and practice on the part of the examinee. StudyPal brings to you 5 tricks to grace your […]

Six tips to ace your PMP exam

  The fact is that to be a Project Management Professional, you need a great deal of strategic planning and practice; both done well in advance. Just like the other examinees out there; all of us want to attempt the PMP test and grab the top scores like a pro. But, it isn’t much of a hard nut to crack; given you follow the tips religiously.   Cracking PMP is all about the way you study; and of course practicing these six hacks that will definitely help you ace your PMP exam:     1. Get yourself a great study material to refer to The thing with PMP is; the more […]

FIVE TIPS to ace USMLE

USMLE is one of those tests which make you feel like you’re running one long marathon with your destination nowhere in sight. The reason for maximum failures in USMLE is not the lack of ability in a student; but it is the lack of patience to go through all the stages with equal gusto and enthusiasm. Today, we bring to you a complete list of tips to crack USLME without actually giving up in between. Straight from our experts, here’s FIVE TIPS to ace USMLE:   Study Gradually Attempting USMLE is not one big leap but a thousand small steps. Remember, you have to begin somewhere! So, why not get […]

Barron’s LSAT and MCAT Author Jay Cutts Tips to Study- December Session

Happy December! REMEMBER: The 3 Keys to Successful Self-Prep: 1. A well-planned study schedule 2. High quality prep materials 3. Peer support (A study partner or a study group might work wonders!) If you’re still not doing well enough, look for a QUALIFIED TUTOR. THIS MONTH: Let’s take a quick look at where things stand for you! MCAT: Hopefully you took your test already. If not, you’ll need to wait another year to apply. Also, most applications were due last month or earlier. PCAT: Some schools will accept the January exam. If you haven’t scored your best, keep studying! LSAT: If you aren’t signed up for the December test and […]

Barron’s LSAT and MCAT Author Jay Cutts Tips to Study- November Session

For LSAT, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, and PCAT Happy November! REMEMBER: The 3 Keys to Self-Prep Success: 1. A well-planned study schedule 2. High quality prep materials 3. Peer support If you’re still not doing well enough, look for a qualified tutor. THIS MONTH: Let’s take a quick look at where things stand for you. MCAT: Hopefully you took your test already. If not, you’ll need to wait another year to apply. This month you need to complete all of your other application materials. PCAT: Some schools will accept the January exam. If you haven’t scored your best, keep studying! LSAT: Most schools require an official score no later than the […]

The 6 secrets to ace your PMP test

Six hacks that will definitely help you ace your PMP exam :- The fact is that to be a Project Management Professional, you need a great deal of strategic planning and practice; both done well in advance. Just like the other examinees out there; all of us want to attempt the PMP test and grab the top scores like a pro. But, it isn’t much of a hard nut to crack; given you follow the tips religiously. Cracking PMP is all about the way you study; and of course practicing these six hacks that will definitely help you ace your PMP exam: Get yourself a great study material to refer […]

Barron’s Lead Author for LSAT and MCAT -Jay Cutt’s Gives us his secrets to Test Prep Self Study

The 3 Keys to Self-Prep Success: 1. A well-planned study schedule 2. High quality prep materials 3. Peer support If you’re still not doing well enough, look for a qualified tutor now!!! THIS MONTH: Let’s take a quick look at where things stand for you! MCAT: Hopefully you took your test already. If not, you’ll need to wait another year to apply. This month you need to complete all of your other application materials. PCAT: Some schools will accept the January exam. If you haven’t scored your best, keep studying! LSAT: Most schools require an official score no later than the December test. However, it’s to your advantage to also […]

Our Studyguru of the Month for the PMP

Introducing Dan Ryan Dan Ryan, our StudyGuru is a PMI Registered Education Provider (R.E.P) providing PMP Exam training including the mandatory PMI 35 contact hour requirement required to sit for the PMP exam. Besides studying with him gives you the license to access the most realistic PMP Exam test simulators on the market today which prepares the you as a student for the real testing situation besides providing detailed reporting and metrics on scoring, allowing the you to track improvements while sharing results with your tutor. There is provision for PMP Exam tutoring and coaching (1:1 or small group) assessing students’ needs, customizing individual training plans and meeting weekly with […]

Study tips -The secret to high scores

So, next time you come across that guy with 750+ GMAT score or that under 100 IIT-JEE ranking, you need not fret! We, at StudyPal, after talking to hundreds of successful candidates have decided to frame the secret guide to phenomenal success exclusively for our users. We bring to you the secrets of High Scores; a five point guide to score three times your current score and that too without putting in extra effort. Have a look at our 5 secrets to Higher Test Scores: Sleep Even though your mom might be calling you lazy bums thanks to your extensively long sleeping hours; a good night’s sleep can do great […]

Study Spots in Boston

It is not easy to find yourself a place to dig into your books. And the gravity of the situation multiplies itself when it comes down to studying for tests or any competitive exam. Exploration is the key when you need to find your very own cozy hole to study. StudyPal does the scouting part for you and brings to you a list of 5 best places to study on your own in Boston: The Federick S.P. Management Library Located inside the School Of Management, this happens to be one of those rare places in Boston that is eerily dead silent. Private cubicles with charging points for your laptop are […]