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Using Common Knowledge on GMAT Critical Reasoning: The Solution

By - Jan 1, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Did you try out last year’s Critical Reasoning practice question? Okay, it was really only a few days ago, but that was 2013, and we’re fresh into 2014. Let’s start off strong with breaking down this GMAT Critical Reasoning question in a way that will allow...

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Finding Flaws in the Argument: Part II

By - Jan 1, 06:16 AM   Comments [0]

Yesterday we took a look at identifying assumptions in Argument essay questions, and today we’ll take a deeper look on how you can further dismantle the argument made.

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Top 5 Secrets of GMAT High Scorers

By - Dec 31, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

It’s the time of year for countdown lists, so I’m sharing with you my advice for how to become a high scorer on the GMAT. It takes serious drive and dedication, and these five tips will help you on the path to success. The Top 5...

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Finding Flaws in the Argument: Part I

By - Dec 30, 06:11 AM   Comments [0]

When we say that someone is “always finding flaws” in another person, we usually mean that in an unflattering way. However, the AWA Argument essay is where you can allow this flaw-finding faculty of yours to shine, if you have it.

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Using Common Knowledge on GMAT Critical Reasoning

By - Dec 27, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Here is a very simple argument: A – B = C. Over time, A has increased. Therefore, C has increased. If the argument seems simplistic, that’s because it is—it’s not very test-like or very challenging. It gives evidence about changes in A and concludes about a change...

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Mind the Gap: Part III

By - Dec 27, 06:19 AM   Comments [0]

We recently introduced a method for solving problems in which people or objects are moving in the same direction.

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‘Twas the Night Before GMAT 2013

By - Dec 25, 13:00 PM   Comments [0]

What’s the holiday without a classic tale rewritten for the GMAT test taker? We know you’ve been waiting patiently, and you’re on the “Nice” list, so here’s our holiday gift to you. ‘Twas the night before GMAT, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not...

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Mind the Gap: Part II

By - Dec 25, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

In the previous post in this series, we introduced a method for solving problems in which people or objects are moving in the same direction.

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Hass School of Business: Innovation in Berkeley

By - Dec 23, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

The Hass School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, is a leading MBA program with a focus on innovation and new ideas. As the second-oldest business school in the country, the Hass School prides itself on small classes, selectivity and training responsible business...

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Mind the Gap: Part I

By - Dec 23, 06:30 AM   Comments [0]

Most people remember this dreaded prompt:

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