By Miranda Menestrina
- **Feb 25**, 02:00 AM

Math (DS)
Set consists of distinct numbers such that the difference between any two different elements of set is an integer. How many elements does set contain?
1. The difference between any two different elements of set is 2
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By Economist
- **Feb 24**, 17:00 PM

This post covers a question we often receive from students: “How much should I study for the GMAT?”

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By Economist
- **Feb 24**, 17:00 PM

One of the most common questions we get from students who are just start starting out in their studies is “where do I begin?”

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By Economist
- **Feb 24**, 17:00 PM

In our last post, we kicked off the “How to get started with your GMAT studies” series, and outlined how to begin studying.

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By Economist
- **Feb 24**, 17:00 PM

80 GMAT points is a lot to improve, but Casey from Georgia set her goal, put her mind to it and then achieved it! She’s currently a senior at the University of Georgia and on track to enter a Masters of Accountancy program.

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By Economist
- **Feb 24**, 17:00 PM

The GMAT is like a first date: first impressions matter, but you must be on the top of your game throughout the entire time.

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By Kaplan
- **Feb 24**, 08:00 AM

Guessing on the GMAT is a painful decision – especially for advanced test takers. In the past, sometimes you were punished for guessing (like on the SATs) and sometimes you were made to feel like you weren’t fully prepared (remember college Spanish classes?). However, on...

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By Miranda Menestrina
- **Feb 24**, 02:00 AM

Math (PS)
A basket contains 3 blue marbles, 3 red marbles, and 3 yellow marbles. If 3 marbles are extracted from the basket at random, what is the probability that a marble of each color is among the extracted?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Question Discussion &...

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By Kaplan
- **Feb 21**, 08:00 AM

A great GMAT study tip is what I call The Slow Down Paradox: going slower on the GMAT can make you faster.
Recently, one of my GMAT tutoring students, an engineering undergrad at Penn, hit the test prep wall. After a couple of months of study...

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By Miranda Menestrina
- **Feb 21**, 02:00 AM

Math (PS)
During the break of a football match the coach will make 3 substitutions. If the team consists of 11 players among which there are 2 forwards, what is the probability that none of the forwards will be substituted?
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Question Discussion...

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