By Jeff
- **Nov 14**, 02:00 AM

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By Jeff
- **Nov 11**, 02:00 AM

Math
What is the sum of all common divisors of 48 and 36?
A. 22
B. 24
C. 26
D. 27
E. 28
Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - E - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer)
Verbal
After reviewing a recent survey into parenthood, psychologists claimed that the majority of parents believed that...

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By Kaplan
- **Nov 10**, 09:59 AM

How important is the MBA essay to your application?
One business school is hoping that a new program will attract more applications from veterans, while other schools shift to teaching in the real world. Meet the newest class at Mendoza—and learn why you should be authentic...

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By Jeff
- **Nov 10**, 02:00 AM

Math
A sequence is defined as follows:
If is a positive integer, then how many of the first 100 terms of this sequence are less than 0.891?
A. 7
B. 8
C. 9
D. 10
E. 12
Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - B - (click and drag your mouse...

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By Economist
- **Nov 9**, 08:59 AM

The Economist's autumn MBA fair is now underway (don't worry, you can still join in if you haven't yet)!

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By Official GMAT
- **Nov 9**, 08:29 AM

A great way to help offset the cost of your degree is scholarships—which some candidates either overlook or simply don’t realize the extent to which they are available.

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By Jeff
- **Nov 9**, 02:00 AM

Math
If three circles having radii 1, 2, and 3 respectively lie on a plane, do any two of these circles intersect?
(1) Centers of the circles form an equilateral triangle with height .
(2) Centers of the circles do not lie on the same line.
Question...

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By Economist
- **Nov 8**, 10:13 AM

Last week we shared advice on how to recognize and solve idiom-related issues in GMAT Sentence Correction questions. The creators of the GMAT have been decreasing their testing of idioms (the subject tends to put non-native speakers of English at a disadvantage) but we still...

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By Kaplan
- **Nov 8**, 09:49 AM

Assumption questions ask for unstated evidence supporting the argument.
In past posts I’ve discussed ways to break down Critical Reasoning (CR) passages on the GMAT. Here I will focus on a specific subset of question types that make up the majority of CR questions and can...

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By Jeff
- **Nov 8**, 02:00 AM

Math
A basket contains 3 white and 5 blue balls. Mary will extract one ball at random and keep it. If, after that, John will extract one ball at random, what is the probability that John will extract a blue ball?
A.
B.

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