# Data Sufficiency: Before you pick C…

- Nov 15, 09:00 AM   Comments [1]

To succeed on the GMAT, there is a general rule of Algebra that you should know: to solve for all variables in a system of equations, you need as many distinct linear equations as variables. So if you get 2 variables, you need two...

# GMAT ToolKit and LSAT ToolKit are featured in the iTunes What’s Hot lists

- Nov 12, 17:24 PM   Comments [0]

Our best selling GMAT Prep iPhone/iPad app GMAT ToolKit was featured in the iTunes What's Hot Education Lists in 14 countries. Moreover, our new app LSAT ToolKit was featured in the iTunes What's Hot Education list too! We want to thank our customers for useful feedback...

# Should I use Combination or Substitution?

- Nov 12, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

You might remember back in the day in Algebra class that you learned how to work with systems of linear equations. These are problems when you have multiple equations and multiple variables, and you have to find a way to solve for each variable....

# Top 20 Best GMAT Books – GMAT Club Ranking for October

- Nov 10, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

October 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...

# Knewton Tip: Top 5 Tips for Tackling Critical Reasoning

- Nov 10, 07:06 AM   Comments [0]

Critical Reasoning questions compose a little less than one third of all the questions on the verbal section of the GMAT. Each CR question requires test-takers to analyze and/or identify certain parts of a specific argument – a vital skill not only for a high...

# Using The Official Guide to GMAT Review alongside a GMAT Course

- Nov 9, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

Most students, upon determining that they need to take the GMAT, go out and purchase a copy of The Official Guide to GMAT Review. In fact, if you have not done so already, you should go buy a copy (though remember, if you are...

- Nov 5, 09:30 AM   Comments [0]

Let’s first note the two reasons why we read in everyday life: We read because we are required (for real-life purposes) to be knowledgeable about the content we are reading: studying for a history exam, delivering on a business proposal, etc. We read because we have a...

# GMAT History: How Would You Have Done on the Original Exam?

- Nov 3, 01:00 AM   Comments [0]

Thanks to a recent GMAT question archiving project, I had the opportunity to take a trip down GMAT memory lane. The things I uncovered about older GMAT questions were amusing -- but they also illuminated how much the exam has evolved since it's inception. How would...

- Nov 2, 11:52 AM   Comments [0]

Thunderbird School of Global Management, the U.S. Department of State, and the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Initiative will be partnering to train Pakistani women in the fields of entrepreneurship, leadership, and business development. The program, which will begin by training up to 20 Pakistani women,...

# First steps in prepping for GMAT Quant: Practice your Math Foundations

- Nov 2, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

Basic math content knowledge, such as the formula for the area of a triangle or the equation for calculating an average, is often the wolf in sheep’s clothing on the GMAT – test takers who lack proficiency in the basics find it very challenging to...