Elli Papadaki

In January 2010 the FT launched it’s very first Business Education Global Impact study. Read more >>

Elli Papadaki

My tussle with GMAT test questions continues……… Read more >>

Elli Papadaki

The human brain has a peculiar way of working and each and every one of us is very unique in the way we think and analyse situations. Read more >>

Elli Papadaki

With only one more class to go before my virtual class sessions come to an end, I am finding it hard to believe how quickly time has gone by. Read more >>

Elli Papadaki

If there’s perhaps one thing I have learnt since the start of my GMAT course it is that time management and discipline are key to the process. Read more >>

Elli Papadaki

“Since starting my GMAT preparation course, I have heard a number of my fellow classmates discuss why an entry test is a prerequisite for many business schools as part of the admissions process. Read more >>

Elli Papadaki

As a student, I was always the theoretical type rather than the practical one, which meant that mathematics was never my favourite subject. When I first bought the GMAT books, one look at the quantitative part and my brain told me to run as fast as I could…When I graduated from high school I vowed never to do any maths again, so you can imagine the irony of having to go back to basics 10 years since I made that vow. I guess this is to say “never say never”.

I guess, even before starting the Kaplan online course, I had a number of concerns about how easy this was going to be. Being a non-native English speaker, I struggled with some of the terminology in English but it turned out that setting aside a few hours prior to class to do the translation worked miracles. Read more >>