# Free Access to GMAT Club Tests, Knewton Virtual Study Group, Its vs Theirs, SC Redundant Words, Share your GMAT experience

- Nov 24, 14:32 PM   Comments [0]

Free access to GMAT Club tests - this Saturday (Nov 20) and next Thursday (Nov 25) Knewton Virtual Study Group - Tuesdays at 8pm EST "Its" & "Their" - two of the "deadly five" pronouns SC Notes - redundant words 730 score and an SC Rules Table - my...

# 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...

- Nov 6, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

You already hang out on Facebook, but did you know it could get you closer to your MBA? This week's roundup covers a social networking study program, one student's sustainable summer internship experience, and admissions tips from Ross School of Business. 1. Business School Unveils "Facebook...

# MBA Admissions Tip: Top 5 Resume Mistakes

- Nov 5, 09:00 AM   Comments [1]

This post comes to us from Igor Khayet, President and Founder of My Resume Shop. As a former admissions interviewer for the Yale School of Management and owner of a career services company, I have seen hundreds of resumes targeted for admission into business school. Sometimes,...

# 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...

# Don’t solve, delegate: Data Sufficiency and your future career

- Oct 4, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Written by Kyle Hausman from Knewton GMAT prep. Good managers do more than just dole out assignments; those working under them appreciate seeing their boss from time to time tackling some of the same kinds of projects that they work on themselves. It shows that the...

# Top 5 GMAT Anxieties, and How to Avoid Them

- Oct 2, 07:00 AM   Comments [0]

Written by Christina Yu from Knewton GMAT prep. No matter how prepared they are, all GMAT students have concerns going into test day. Here are some of the top anxieties about taking the GMAT -- and what you can do to address them. 1. You'll get...

# Knewton Tip: 10 Unexpectedly Fun Things About Applying to Business School

- Jul 13, 08:17 AM   Comments [0]

Christina Yu is a Content Developer at Knewton where she helps students with their GMAT preparation. 1. Suddenly Everything “Counts” Again: Miss the cool random stuff you did in high school to round out your “extracurricular profile”? Competing in the long-jump, publishing stories, running the class...

# GMAT Integrated Reasoning Sample Question — From Knewton

- 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...

# Knewton Video and Discount

- Jun 10, 07:50 AM   Comments [1]

Remember how to find the volume of a cylinder? It's okay most people don't; grade school was a long time ago! Knewton teacher Cole Entress helps you refresh your memory. Also, in honor of the World Cup(!), we're discounting our GMAT course by 10% through Monday night...

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