Posts Tagged ‘gmat prep’

Manhattan GMAT arrives in France, India, China

By - Dec 28, 13:59 PM   Comments [2]

Long a bastion of high quality GMAT prep in the United States, Manhattan GMAT has begun to expand beyond that country’s borders. With its eight Strategy Guides shipping to all parts of the globe, Manhattan GMAT realized the call for more comprehensive prep worldwide and...

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GMAT Prep Q&A: Correct Verb Tense on SC

By - Dec 2, 10:28 AM   Comments [0]

In preparation for the Sentence Correction portion of the GMAT, let's go over a great question asked by one our students, Mike, about an especially deceptive GMATPrep® SC problem. Mike’s question is about the proper use of the past perfect tense, which you’ll recall is...

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MBA News Roundup: The post b-school job market, application ethics, and a new online MBA

By - Nov 28, 10:29 AM   Comments [0]

In light of recent Class of 2010 job placement information, is now the best time to apply? Find out more about MBA job prospects and other business school trends in this week's roundup. 1. The State of the 2010 MBA Job Market (more…)

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Last Minute GMAT Prep

By - Oct 20, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

So you have finally decided to apply to business school, but your deadline is fast approaching and you only have one or two weeks before you need to take your exam – what should you do? A student who studies for the GMAT for two weeks...

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The Three Pillars of GMAT Prep – #2 Strategy

By - Oct 13, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

In our previous article, we covered some of the areas of content knowledge necessary to perform well on the GMAT. But content is only a small part of the suite of skills that leads to better GMAT scores; in other words, even if you...

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The Three Pillars of GMAT Prep – #1 Content

By - Oct 11, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Pillar #1: Content In this series of articles, we’ll cover the three main “pillars” of GMAT prep necessary for success on test day. The first pillar is content, which encompasses the math and verbal skills necessary to answer the questions given to you on Test...

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Data Sufficiency 101

By - Oct 9, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

In every class I teach, the reaction students have when they first encounter a data sufficiency problem is always the same. They are unsure of the correct approach, but feel they could do much better on such a problem if they had a firm...

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Attacking Bolded Statement Questions in Critical Reasoning

By - Oct 4, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Most Critical Reasoning questions hinge on assumptions. Most of those that do not hinge on assumptions, hinge on an understanding of the logic of the author’s argument. However, one type of Critical Reasoning question is significantly different in form, and thus requires a...

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GMAT Math: You always have a choice

By - Oct 1, 12:00 PM   Comments [0]

In every GMAT class I teach for Kaplan, I am always asked the same questions on the first day. “How am I supposed to handle data sufficiency questions?” “I have not done math in five (or ten or twenty) years, will I be ok...

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Knewton GMAT Prep Discount Ends at Midnight — Save $160

By - Mar 31, 07:08 AM   Comments [0]

The Final Four's almost here, so our Sweet Sixteen sale is wrapping up! Until midnight EDT tonight, 3/31, save $160 when you enroll in Knewton GMAT. A year of great prep for only $530? Now that's March Madness (sorry, had to go there). Use promo code KNEWTONBEST-GMAT-CLUB...

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