Category Archives: GMAT

Mental Math

Aside from manipulating the GMAT’s favorite numbers (72, 64, etc.), one of the calculations you’ll do most often when working through GMAT problems is dividing and multiplying by five. It’s common in the real world, too. …

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Latest GMAC Survey Shows Chinese Flocking to B-School

The number of GMAT scores sent by Chinese citizens to schools around the world nearly tripled (from 48,664 to 126,090) in the past five years, says a new report on GMAT score-sending patterns in Asia …

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Goizueta Business School Offers GMAT Help

The Evening MBA admissions office at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School announced Tuesday that it will offer a GMAT strategy course —designed to supplement individual study plans—for prospective candidates who have completed portions of their …

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Managing Your Time on the GMAT

  The scenario: For the past three months, you’ve consistently answered GMAT practice questions within the recommended times. Test day has finally arrived, and up to this point in the test, things have gone okay. …

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Guessing and Skipping Strategies for the GMAT

Learn what sophisticated GMAC research reveals about last-minute time-crunch strategies on the GMAT. It’s All About Timing Of course, learning to solve problems under time pressure is an important part of preparing for the GMAT.  Of course, …

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Junior Girls Volleyball and Scoring Big on the GMAT

So, how is junior girls volleyball related to doing well on the GMAT? I’ll let you decide. Several years ago, I took a teaching position at a private school in Victoria, Canada.  In addition to …

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