Posts Tagged ‘GMAT’

Ambiguous Pronouns on the GMAT

By - Aug 4, 08:04 AM   Comments [0]

One of the GMAT’s ‘favorite’ error types to test in the sentence correction portion of the exam is pronoun errors. When you encounter a pronoun in these problems, you need to check for two errors. First, you must check to see if the...

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Top 20 Best GMAT Books – GMAT Club Ranking for July

By - Aug 2, 01:43 AM   Comments [0]

July 2010 popularity index of Best GMAT Books as determined by GMAT Club members. (We measured how often our members referred to each of the books in their posts from the past month and assembled the GMAT Book popularity index below). You can also visit...

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The GMAT and the Law of Diminishing Returns

By - Jul 30, 00:11 AM   Comments [0]

This is the time of year when you face the facts: Is my GMAT score high enough to get me into my schools of choice or should I retake the GMAT?   As an Accepted.com consultant, I would advise you to take the GMAT to achieve...

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GMAT ToolKit 1.3.7 – iOS4 support, import/export for the Books tool and a lot of other improvements

By - Jul 16, 15:00 PM   Comments [0]

Hi All, The next update is available for download with a lot of improvements and features. Here are some of them: + Multitasking and iOS4 support + DS question autoscan + “smart” autoscan + import/export functionality for the Books tool + tags for OG11, OG Verbal 2, OG Verbal Q2 books +...

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MBA Admissions News and a Little College, Too

By - Jul 12, 12:59 PM   Comments [0]

Top European b-schools continue making the same mistake: First, in 2008 London Business School ousted their new dean, Robin Buchanan, for being too much of a businessman and not enough of an academic dean. Now IMD‘s president, John Wells, is stepping down due to similar...

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Top 20 Best GMAT Books – GMAT Club Ranking for June

By - Jul 5, 08:14 AM   Comments [0]

June 2010 popularity index of Best GMAT Books as determined by GMAT Club members. (We measured how often our members referred to each of the books in their posts from the past month and assembled the GMAT Book popularity index below). You can also visit...

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2010 AIGAC Conference in Boston

By - Jul 2, 09:54 AM   Comments [0]

I will run out of superlatives if I attempt to describe the 2010 AIGAC Conference in Boston. Suffice it say that it was extraordinarily illuminating.  MIT Sloan and Harvard Business School graciously and generously hosted the event, which was kicked off by MIT Sloan’s Dean...

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The New GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section: What Everyone’s Been Saying

By - Jun 30, 10:36 AM   Comments [0]

Everyone’s been talking about the GMAT’s new integrated reasoning section. Here are the highlights of the conversation: First, to recap: GMAC announced last week in a press release that it would be introducing an “innovative new section designed to measure people’s ability to evaluate information from...

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GMAT Integrated Reasoning Sample Question — From Knewton

By - Jun 30, 09:50 AM   Comments [0]

It is true: There is a new section coming to the GMAT. “Integrated Reasoning” is a 30-minute mini-section that will take the place of one of the AWA essays and have its own distinct score. The Integrated Reasoning section requires manipulation of spreadsheet...

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The GMAT Gets a New Section in 2012: Integrated Reasoning

By - Jun 25, 07:17 AM   Comments [0]

The GMAC, the makers of the GMAT, has announced a major change to the exam coming in 2012: one of the Analytical Writing sections will be replaced by a new thirty-minute section, Integrated Reasoning. This video from GMAC gives a sneak peak at what some of...

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