Six Steps to Conquering the AWA

By - Jan 21, 11:13 AM   Comments [0]

The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) measures your ability to think critically and communicate your thoughts. During the AWA section of the GMAT, you will be asked to write an essay in which you will analyze the reasoning behind a given argument.

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GMAT Score Comparison by Country: U.S. comes in 54th

By - Jan 20, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Mean GMAT scores are influenced by all sorts of factors and are, of course, derived from compiling scores significantly above, significantly below, and all points in between a plotted average. Plus, it is certainly worth noting the vast differences in the individual human beings that...

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Should you apply in round three?

By - Jan 18, 15:00 PM   Comments [0]

Today we feature a guest post from our friends at EssaySnark.

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GMAT Study Tip: Try Coffivity

By - Jan 17, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

I've got a quick GMAT study tip for you today. We tell our students to think critically and strategically when approaching problems on the GMAT. So, for those of you who need a cognitive boost or who like a little ambient noise while you’re studying,...

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Tips for a High GMAT Score

By - Jan 16, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

You don’t just want to increase your GMAT score, you want to get a high GMAT score, right? You’ve come to the right place. Our veteran teacher Gene Suhir has detailed advice for what sets GMAT high scorers apart from the pack. Take note. Advice for...

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Timing Strategy on the GMAT: Part II

By - Jan 15, 08:21 AM   Comments [0]

My last post provided an overview of the importance of a good time management strategy when taking the GMAT as well as outlined an approach for time management success.

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GMAT Critical Reasoning: How to Make Predictions

By - Jan 14, 13:00 PM   Comments [0]

If you still need to be convinced about the value of making predictions on the GMAT, then read this: Beating GMAT Verbal by Making Predictions. Now that we are all on board, let’s learn how to do it… When a Critical Reasoning (CR) question pops up...

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Using a Famous Quote in Your MBA Application

By - Jan 14, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Many ask us if using a famous quote in your MBA application is a good idea. Beginning an essay with a famous or eloquent quotation is a common practice and one that business school candidates can use to capture a reader’s attention. For example, an...

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Timing Strategy on the GMAT: Part I

By - Jan 13, 06:50 AM   Comments [0]

Once you begin to master the academic topics of the GMAT, you should work on developing your test-taking skills. Since the GMAT is a timed exam, you must develop a time management strategy. In this post, I will outline an effective GMAT timing approach.

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GMAT Data Sufficiency Practice Question – The Solution

By - Jan 10, 19:00 PM   Comments [0]

Did you try out our GMAT Data Sufficiency practice question? If not, take a couple minutes now to give it a try before reviewing the explanation. Now, let’s get down to brass tacks on the Geometry and DS skills you need to solve this one… One way...

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