Economist GMAT Tutor
Thanks to the hundreds of you who joined us for our "5 Mistakes to Avoid When Preparing for the GMAT" webinar, which was led by Economist GMAT Tutor Senior Instructor Jake Wengroff. For those of you who weren't able to make it, here's a recording...
I’ve heard that schools check for an Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) score of 4.5 or more on the GMAT. Is this true? Sincerely, Writer’s Block
If you had to invest in one retail behemoth, Amazon or Walmart, with the caveat that you couldn't sell the stock for a decade, which would you choose?
Meet Chris Brennan, the winner of this autumn's
Three of the most important statistical measures on the GMAT are the mean (or average), median and standard deviation. Familiarize yourself with these terms and these questions will become much easier.
You may be asked to calculate a least common multiple (LCM) or a greatest common factor (GCF) on the GMAT, either as part of a question, or as a question in itself. Use the quickest methods available to save yourself time.
We're proud to share with you the success story of Maria, a student of ours who was accepted to MIT after using Economist G