# GMAT Integrated Reasoning | Two-Part Analysis

- Jun 26, 10:10 AM   Comments [0]

Integrated Reasoning Two-Part Analysis questions are presented in the form of two questions that relate to the same information. The questions are followed by five or six answer choices, and the answers to each of the two questions may be the same or different.

# GMAT Integrated Reasoning | Two-Part Analysis

- Jun 26, 10:10 AM   Comments [0]

Integrated Reasoning Two-Part Analysis questions are presented in the form of two questions that relate to the same information. The questions are followed by five or six answer choices, and the answers to each of the two questions may be the same or different.

# GMAT News | GMAT Test-Takers Can Choose Their Section Order Beginning July 11, 2017

- Jun 15, 08:33 AM   Comments [0]

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has announced an interesting change to how the GMAT will be administered: Beginning July 11, 2017, GMAT test-takers will be able to choose the order in which they take each section of the official exam.

# Announcing the winner of our Spring 2017 Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Contest

- May 31, 10:56 AM   Comments [0]

Meet Maria, a Lebanese credit risk analyst who defeated more than 3,000 contestants to become the winner of our semi-annual

# Announcing the winner of our Spring 2017 Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Contest

- May 31, 10:56 AM   Comments [0]

Meet Maria, a Lebanese credit risk analyst who defeated more than 3,000 contestants to become the winner of our semi-annual

# Solving Graphics Interpretation Questions in GMAT Integrated Reasoning

- May 18, 12:15 PM   Comments [0]

Each Graphics Interpretation question on the GMAT will include some text that contains two blanks. These blanks can be filled in by choosing options from a drop-down menu that make the text as accurate as possible.

# Solving Graphics Interpretation Questions in GMAT Integrated Reasoning

- May 18, 12:15 PM   Comments [0]

Each Graphics Interpretation question on the GMAT will include some text that contains two blanks. These blanks can be filled in by choosing options from a drop-down menu that make the text as accurate as possible.

# GMAT Grammar | Who vs. Whom

- May 2, 11:58 AM   Comments [0]

The word “whom” has almost disappeared from modern English. However, it’s still very much alive and well on the GMAT, so we advise that students ensure they know the difference between "who" and "whom".

# GMAT Quant | Pyramid Questions

- Apr 6, 10:29 AM   Comments [0]

Geometry is the area of GMAT math that requires you to memorize the greatest number of formulas. The good news is that once you have done this, you have gone a long way towards solving most geometry questions.

# GMAT Quant | Percentage change questions

- Mar 15, 10:02 AM   Comments [0]

An important area of GMAT Quant is percentage change. Recently a student asked me for help with the following percentage question from the 2016 Official Guide: