Train Your Body for the GMAT

By - May 16, 22:50 PM   Comments [0]

When you’re preparing for the GMAT, you naturally want to take practice tests and study diligently. But peak performance doesn't just depend on your knowledge and skills. It depends on your entire state of being: your digestive system, your muscles, your emotions. If all of your bodily systems...

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GMAT Grammar: Vital Noun Modifiers

By - May 14, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Learn about the importance of this elite category of modifiers. Not all modifiers are created equal! All noun modifiers, by definition, give additional information about the noun they modify.  BUT, the importance of that additional information can vary significantly.  Consider the following two sentences, both with modifiers...

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How will the Integrated Reasoning Section be Scored?

By - May 10, 09:00 AM   Comments [2]

Some fast facts about the GMAT's new Integrated Reasoning section. Fact: Right now, the GMAT has a Verbal Section (75 min), a Quantitative Section (75 min), and two Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) essays (Analysis of Argument and Analysis of Issue, 30 minutes each). Fact: Right now, your GMAT...

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Best Management Schools with Excellent GMAT Prep

By - May 9, 15:04 PM   Comments [0]

Any event involving competition among equals will be interesting but the participants will back them for winning with adequate preparation. It may be sporting event or competitive examinations. Institutes of higher learning are very keen that students they admit for their courses meet certain minimum...

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GMAT Trick: “Drawn as Accurately as Possible”

By - May 9, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Using the information given in diagrams to your advantage The following sentences appear in the directions to the GMAT Problem Solving questions.   A figure accompanying a problem solving questions is intended to provide information useful in solving the problem.  Figures are drawn as accurately as possible.  Exceptions...

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GMAT Grammar and Logic: Spoken English vs. Written English

By - May 8, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Don't reproduce spoken-English mistakes in GMAT Sentence Correction   It's logical, but … Consider the following sentences. 1) Unlike the full gram of potassium found in a baked potato, a banana has only about 600 milligrams. 2) So upset with the low wages set in the new contract, management had...

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A FIrst Step Towards Career success: Take the GMAT

By - May 7, 15:00 PM   Comments [0]

Boys and girls who are studious in schools and under graduate courses are quite keen and anxious about their next course in life. In this competitive world getting an undergraduate degree may help a person find a job. However, to go up further in hierarchy...

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Formal Logic and GMAT Critical Reasoning

By - May 7, 09:00 AM   Comments [3]

I'll begin with a typical GMAT Critical Reasoning question.  As a case study, consider this question from the OG13e, CR #115 (OG12e, CR #114): Guidebook writer: I have visited hotels throughout the country and have noticed that in those built before 1930 the quality of the original carpentry...

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A Thorough GMAT Study Road to GMAT Success

By - May 5, 14:56 PM   Comments [0]

Students these days are quite knowledgeable in respect for various courses of studies in different Universities all over the world. They are also fully aware of the value of the different degrees that are obtained for different subjects. They have also ambitions, not all of...

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Optimizing Stubborn Tendencies on the GMAT

By - May 2, 22:12 PM   Comments [1]

Nate Burke is a Content Developer at Knewton, specializing in GMAT prep. Are you stubborn? There are many situations in which stubbornness would help a human being. A stubborn nature can be extremely useful when trying to accomplish a complicated goal over an extended period of time....

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