By Magoosh
- **Jun 12**, 09:00 AM

Fact: If you have two variables and only one equation, in general you will not be able to solve for the individual values of the variables. You need two separate equations in order to solve for the individual values of each of two variables. (This...

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By akkane
- **Jun 12**, 02:00 AM

Math (DS)
At what angle do the lines and intersect?
1.
2.
Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - A - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer)
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By Magoosh
- **Jun 11**, 09:00 AM

One question on the GMAT Verbal Section is Critical Reasoning. On this question, the prompt presents some sort of argument, and then asks you, in one way or another, to analyze the argument — for example, by strengthening it, weakening it, finding its underlying assumption,...

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By akkane
- **Jun 11**, 02:00 AM

Math (PS)
If the farmer sells 75 of his chickens, his stock of feed will last for 20 more days than planned, but if he buys 100 more chickens, he will run out of feed 15 days earlier than planned. If no chickens are sold or...

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By accepted.com
- **Jun 10**, 14:11 PM

Thank you to Fabien Dufil, International Project Manager of Access MBA, for answering our questions about making the most of an MBA event. Next month, Access MBA will be visiting New York with business schools from around the world. Check out Access MBA online to...

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By accepted.com
- **Jun 10**, 14:08 PM

This post about MIT’s Sloan School of Management, focusing on financial services, is part of a series of interviews about top MBA programs called “MBA Career Goals and the B-Schools that Support Them.” Please subscribe to our blog to ensure that you receive all the...

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By Magoosh
- **Jun 8**, 09:00 AM

Understand the properties of the GMAT Quantitative section’s two favorite triangles!
The two special triangles are right triangles with special angles and side. Like all right triangles, they satisfy the Pythagorean Theorem. These two triangles are “special” because, with just a couple pieces of information, we can figure out...

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By akkane
- **Jun 8**, 02:00 AM

Math (DS)
Is ?
1.
2.
Question Discussion & Explanation
Correct Answer - E - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer)
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By accepted.com
- **Jun 7**, 13:16 PM

Welcome to the fourth episode of Accepted Admissions Straight Talk, a biweekly podcast about what’s new, thought-provoking, and useful in the world of graduate admissions!
For advice, insight, and info, check out the full audio of our great conversation with Peter von Loesecke:
00:25:00 – Meet Peter:...

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By Magoosh
- **Jun 7**, 09:00 AM

Two of the more confusing tenses in English are the present perfect and the past perfect. What makes them so is both describe continuous actions. To illustrate, let’s take a look at the following sentences:
1.) Last night, I walked my dog.
2.) I have walked Bucky...

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