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Analyze 4 GMAT Score Case Studies in Today’s Webinar

By - May 22, 09:15 AM   Comments [0]

You’re running out of time to reserve your spot for this afternoon’s free webinar, That GMAT Score: Implications for Your MBA Application. Linda Abraham is going to analyze 4 different applicant case studies focusing on their GMAT scores and the question of retaking or not. So register...

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Upcoming GMAT Webinar: Learn to Analyze Your Score!

By - May 6, 08:45 AM   Comments [0]

Do you know how your GMAT score will affect your chances of gaining admission to your top choice MBA program? Have you taken the test and are contemplating taking it again? Are you curious to know what the adcom members think when they see...

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Eliminating on Data Sufficiency

By - Sep 8, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

Data Sufficiency can be a major obstacle for any GMAT student, but one advantage that you have against this infamous question type is that every Data Sufficiency question has the same answer choices. One of the first steps towards success on the GMAT Quantitative...

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Labor of love — A Checklist for Untangling Multiple Figures in Geometry

By - Sep 4, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

On the most advanced GMAT content, you will see complicated geometric figures. While these questions are often the most daunting questions, you (as the prepared and confident test taker) will realize that the GMAT is only testing a couple concepts. The geometric concepts you...

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How often should I take practice tests?

By - Aug 28, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

When it comes to taking practice tests, many GMAT testtakers fall into one of two categories. The first type is made up of students that think of practice tests as THE way to prep. These students will take practice test after practice test,...

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Prime Factors

By - Aug 26, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

1,960 = 49 x 16 x y. What is the value of y? When most testtakers encounter problems such as the one above, they have a predictable, yet incorrect, reaction. Most people fret when faced with large numbers that would take more than two minutes to...

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Math vs Verbal Study Time

By - Aug 19, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

If you have a limited amount of time to study, you are probably unsure of how to divide your time between the math and verbal sections. In determining how to split up your study time, there are a few factors that you should consider. Above...

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GMAT Competencies

By - Aug 14, 04:00 AM   Comments [0]

At Kaplan, we’ve been working with standardized tests for years. Through this experience, we continue to see trends and patterns. The GMAT is fundamentally different from other standardized tests – the test is a competency based test: Meaning that the GMAT isn’t testing...

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