# GMAT Question of the Day (Dec 10): Word Problem and Sentence Correction

- Dec 10, 03:00 AM   Comments [0]

Math (PS) A corporation with 5,000,000 shares of publicly listed stock reported total earnings of \$7.20 per share for the first 9 months of operation. During the final quarter the number of publicly listed shares was increased to 10,000,000 shares, and fourth quarter earnings were reported...

# Flipping the Sign to Inequalities

- Dec 6, 09:23 AM   Comments [0]

Inequalities on the GMAT should be approached in the same way as regular equations. We can manipulate inequalities the same way that you can manipulate equations. As with equations on the GMAT, you first must simplify the equation in order to answer the...

# How To Use Remainders

- Nov 26, 10:00 AM   Comments [0]

We're betting that you haven’t used a remainder in years. Remainders in division are pretty much just placeholders for kids who haven’t yet learned about mixed numbers or decimals yet; as soon as you learn what to do with the remainder, you tend to never...

# Permissible vs. Sufficient: Picking Numbers on Yes/No Data Sufficiency Questions

- Nov 26, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

One of the hallmark points of confusion on the GMAT is the dreaded Yes/No Data Sufficiency question. In a Value question, such as “What is the value of ?” the question of sufficiency is a familiar one: if you can solve for , you...

# Standard Deviation Questions, Result Correlation between GMAT and GMAT Club Tests, Share your GMAT experience

- Nov 24, 14:25 PM   Comments [0]

Standard Deviation Questions - a collection of PS on SD plus some tips Result Correlation Between GMAT and GMAT Club Tests - see how they compare 560 to 710 - share your GMAT experience 710 - share your GMAT experience

# 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....