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Educated Guesses And How It Can Be Used For GMAT Verbal Questions

Being able to make educated guesses on GMAT verbal questions is critical. GMAT verbal questions can be very difficult and there are going to be many cases when you do not know the correct answer. This article is going to discuss educated guessing and how it can be used for GMAT verbal questions. On GMAT […]

Importance Of Taking Notes When Answering Reading Comprehension GMAT Questions

We wanted to make a note regarding the importance of taking notes when you are answering reading comprehension GMAT questions. When you take your notes, you should make sure to abbreviate as much as you can. Your notes should be even more abbreviated then you normally do in other work. For a lot of top […]

GMAT Question Review On Reading Comprehension Questions

The other day I was asked on the best strategy on completing the reading part of a GMAT test reading comprehension question. In particular, I was asked , what are we supposed to do and look for in the GMAT Verbal question during the first few minutes before we start to answer the first question? […]

Understanding How The GMAT Test Questions Are Created

The following post was creating to give you a better understanding of how the GMAT test was created. One of the processes in creating GMAT test questions is called layering. This is a technique used by a GMAT test writer to make a question more difficult. The GMAT test is a computer adaptive test, and […]

Strategies For Solving GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions

Recently we had the opportunity to talk to students who were having difficulty with GMAT Verbal Critical Reasoning questions. Often, they tended to run into issues when the first GMAT Verbal Critical Reasoning question showed. One mistake that a lot of students on the GMAT test in this situation is that they look at the […]

Guest Post From Stacy Blackman

Your Candidacy:  Community Service/Extracurricular Activities Business schools pride themselves on training future leaders, not just educating a bunch of people who know how to calculate an IRR and overuse the word “leverage.”  They look out for individuals who are concerned about doing great work and improving the world around them.  Some young business people feel […]

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Strategies For Solving GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions

Recently we had the opportunity to talk to students who were having difficulty with GMAT Verbal Critical Reasoning questions. Often, they tended to run into issues when the first GMAT Verbal Critical Reasoning questions showed. One mistake that a lot of students on the GMAT test in this situation is that they look at the […]

Timing For Taking GMAT Math Practice Questions

If you are just beginning to study for the GMAT test and feeling a bit nervous about your ability to solve the math problems, then you can take it easy on the first few GMAT practice questions that you practice. You shouldn’t time yourself on every question. On the other hand, if you do feel […]

Guest Post On Improving Candidacy

Improve Your Candidacy, Then Improve Your Application For people applying to major business schools, October, November, and December will inevitably be months filled with typing, spell-checking, typing, editing, typing, proofreading…and then some more typing.  But (depending on your deadline) July, August and even September can be very fruitful months both for your professional development and […]

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GMAT Verbal Question Advice On Colons

You may end up facing some tough concepts on the GMAT Verbal Questions on the GMAT test. Don’t be too worried about these concepts though. The following is some help on how to solve these practice GMAT verbal questions when dealing with colon’s. 1). To begin, a colon is often used to introduce a list […]