Posts Tagged ‘gmat strategies’

The GMAC Summit

By - Dec 11, 13:50 PM   Comments [0]

I spent last Friday at the GMAC Test Prep Summit in Los Angeles. The conference was mostly for test prep professionals, but GMAC invited admissions consultants and I decided to go. I’m glad I did. A few takeaways I’d like to share with you: I am...

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Uh-Oh, I Don’t Know This GMAT Question…What Now?

By - Jul 23, 13:42 PM   Comments [0]

Picture this: It’s the day of your GMAT. You’re cruising through the Quant section, you’re feeling pretty good about things…and then up pops a doozy of a GMAT math question. It catches you off guard and you’re not quite sure what to do. You start...

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GMAT Facts [Infographic]

By - May 21, 09:15 AM   Comments [0]

Thanks to the folks at GMAT Cheat Sheet for sharing this great infographic! // Accepted.com’s experienced admissions consultants can help you create the most impressive application possible with comprehensive packages, or provide targeted assistance from picking perfect programs to designing a dazzling resume, constructing engaging essays,...

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GMAT Tips: IR Section Insights from Veritas Prep

By - Jun 27, 02:07 AM   Comments [0]

Next up in our series on IR tips and insights is Brian Galvin of Veritas Prep. Brian has been with Veritas Prep since 2006, and as Director of Academic Programs, he is devoted to developing new and better ways to help students master the GMAT....

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Class study vs Book study: Why take a GMAT classroom course?

By - Oct 22, 09:00 AM   Comments [1]

If you have decided to read this post, then you are already debating the merits of a GMAT classroom course. While I (and the world’s largest team of GMAT experts) helped build Kaplan’s new GMAT Experience, this post is NOT limited to why you...

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The Three Pillars of GMAT Prep – #3 Intangibles

By - Oct 16, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

This third and final Pillar of GMAT Prep is the most often overlooked of the three. Nearly all test takers expect to dust off their old math and grammar skills for the GMAT (Pillar #1: Content), and most test-takers enlist in some sort of...

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The Three Pillars of GMAT Prep – #2 Strategy

By - Oct 13, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

In our previous article, we covered some of the areas of content knowledge necessary to perform well on the GMAT. But content is only a small part of the suite of skills that leads to better GMAT scores; in other words, even if you...

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GMAT Math: You always have a choice

By - Oct 1, 12:00 PM   Comments [0]

In every GMAT class I teach for Kaplan, I am always asked the same questions on the first day. “How am I supposed to handle data sufficiency questions?” “I have not done math in five (or ten or twenty) years, will I be ok...

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