LTG Exam Team

December 11, 2014
Drawing a table can simplify confusing GMAT math problems

GMAT Math Word Problems: When in Doubt, Draw it Out

The GMAT is designed to be tricky, so it should come as no surprise that math questions do not always present information in the clearest, most […]
December 9, 2014
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How to get off the MBA waitlist

There’s nothing worse than receiving a suspiciously small envelope from your top choice school. You feel your heart start to sink before you even open the […]
December 4, 2014
GMAT sentence correction appositive errors

GMAT Sentence Correction: 2 Rules to Spot Appositive Errors

Often you’ll see a GMAT sentence correction question that features a word or phrase set apart from the rest of the sentence with commas. Take the […]
December 2, 2014
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Undergraduate majors with the highest (and lowest) GMAT scores

Over a quarter of a million students take the GMAT every year, and no two have exactly the same background. However, we used GMAC data to […]
November 28, 2014
Finding the hidden assumptions in GMAT critical reasoning questions

GMAT critical reasoning: Finding the hidden assumptions

An assumption is simply an unstated premise in an argument – though it’s not mentioned, it’s necessary for the argument’s conclusion to be true. Here’s an […]
November 25, 2014
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GMAT math: Working with Work Rate Problems

Work rate problems can trip up the most experienced test-takers, even those that are normally skilled in GMAT math. Today we’re going to try out a […]
November 20, 2014
GMAT vs GRE, some MBA programs have preferences

GMAT vs GRE – What are business schools saying?

According to a recent survey by Kaplan, 85 percent of MBA programs now accept GRE scores as the standardized test component on their applications. This represents […]