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Advice On Reading Comprehension GMAT Questions

Here is some advice on how to do well on reading comprehension GMAT Questions: In reading comprehension, as you go further into the passage, make sure you understand how what you are reading relates to what you have already read. We wish you the best on your GMAT.

How to Solve Quadratic Equation GMAT Questions On The GMAT Test

When taking the GMAT test, you will most likely run into a math GMAT question that involves using the Quadratic Equation. One type of even exponent question on the GMAT test is called the quadratic equation. An example of this equation is: x^2 + 6X + 5. Quadratic equations are equations with 3 characteristics: 1. […]

Tips for GMAT Verbal Questions

Here is some advice for how to take Verbal GMAT questions and improve your score on the GMAT test: When “more” is used in the comparative form of an adjective (ex: more complicated) or adverb (ex: more probably), it is followed by “than”.

How to Solve Algebraic Questions On The GMAT

When taking the GMAT test, you are bound to run into many Algebraic GMAT questions. Don’t worry about these GMAT questions at all; there are strategies you can take to solve these problems. In order to solve algebraic questions on the GMAT, it is necessary to turn the words in the problem into algebra. With […]

How To Solve Critical Reasoning Problems On The GMAT

Critical Reasoning GMAT questions can be troublesome for a lot of test takers. Particularly for those who do not have English as a first language, these GMAT questions can certainly appear daunting. We hope that the following post will make you more comfortable in your ability to answer these questions. GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions involve […]

How To Solve Sentence Correction Questions On The GMAT

Sentence Correction questions on the GMAT can be notoriously difficult. We hope that this following post will allow you to better understand these GMAT questions. Sentence Correction problems on the GMAT test you on the following: 1) Grammar: Does the sentence following the rules of Standard Written English? 2) Meaning: Is the meaning of the […]

How To Solve Reading Comprehension Questions On The GMAT

Known as one of the most sections on the GMAT test, the Reading Comprehension GMAT questions can be a nightmare. Unfortunately, these GMAT questions are not going to go away. On the GMAT test, you should expect to see four reading comprehension passages. Typically each passage will have 3-4 GMAT questions, for a total of […]

Interesting MBA Fact: Number of MBA's Awarded

A record 116,475 MBAs were awarded in the U.S. in the 2000-2001 school year, up over 23% percent from five years ago and 52 percent from 10 years ago. We wish you the best of luck on your GMAT questions and on the GMAT test. -2minuteGMAT Team

Important Strategy For GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions

I often speak with students who are having difficulty with GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions. Often they are not completely sure how to approach GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions when one shows up on the GMAT Test. One big mistakes that students make with GMAT Critical Reasoning Question is read the argument too soon. Students then wonder […]

More Advice On Solving GMAT Reading Comprehension Questions

Here is some additional advice for solving GMAT Reading Comprehension questions. When taking GMAT Reading Comprehension questions, aim to take some short notes while reviewing through the passage. Your notes will be heavily abbreviated. Additionally, have some goals for the initial read-through of the passage in the GMAT Reading Comprehension question. Every passage has a […]