By Jeff
- **Sep 19**, 02:00 AM

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By Kaplan
- **Sep 16**, 06:39 AM

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By Jeff
- **Sep 16**, 02:00 AM

Math
= ?
A. 12
B. 14
C. 16
D. 18
E. 20
Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - B - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer)
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By Kaplan
- **Sep 15**, 07:33 AM

Proportions appear in many forms in the Quantitative Reasoning section of the GMAT, and they tend to give test-takers trouble. A proportions problem may involve a basic ratio (for example, apples to bananas), varying rates (price per gallon), or geometric shapes (similar triangles). Recognizing proportion...

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By Jeff
- **Sep 15**, 02:00 AM

Math
How many positive integers less than 200 are there such that they are multiples of 13 or multiples of 12 but not both?
A. 28
B. 29
C. 30
D. 31
E. 32
Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - B - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer)
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By Magoosh
- **Sep 14**, 21:36 PM

What are rates and ratios? How do rate and ratios problems differ? Hint: Not that much.
Original photo by Pierre Rougier
In fact, rates are just ratios in disguise. Here are a four GMAT practice problems exploring rates and ratios. Remember: no calculator!
Rates and Ratios Practice Problems
1) Someone on...

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By Official GMAT
- **Sep 14**, 17:00 PM

The Enhanced Score Report has several new features that will provide better ways to leverage your test data to improve understanding of your GMAT exam performance.

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

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By Economist
- **Sep 13**, 11:27 AM

You probably know that the GMAT hates redundancy. The question is: what is redundant and what is not?

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By Magoosh
- **Sep 13**, 11:26 AM

Put on your vocabulary hats! It’s time to learn more idioms. In this video we’ll look at the idiomatic phrases involving responsible, ranging, agreeing, and defined.
Transcript
Hello! Welcome to GMAT Tuesdays. You know how everyone says you can hold a shell up to your ear and...

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