GMAT Strategies

July 7, 2014

The biggest GMAT myths: Debunked

When you’re studying for the GMAT, you can begin to take any “strategy” tips as gospel. However, we want to examine some of the most persistent GMAT […]
July 3, 2014

The biggest mistake almost everyone makes on the GMAT

Up until now, most if not all of the tests you have taken have based the score you received on the amount of questions you answered […]
July 1, 2014

21 fantastic and totally free GMAT prep resources

While merely registering for the GMAT costs $250, there’s no reason to spend half of your bank account on GMAT prep materials. There are plenty of […]
June 30, 2014

There’s more to the new GMAT policy than you think

We’ve written before about the wisdom of canceling your score, but the GMAT recently released a statement saying that they will now allow students to see […]
June 22, 2014

5 steps for a dramatically higher GMAT score

As noted in a past post, most testers improve their GMAT score on their second attempt at the exam. Average improvement is moderate: a 33 point […]
June 12, 2014

Quant vocabulary for non-native speakers

While many non-native speakers and international students have a much harder time with Verbalquestions than Quant questions, word problems are frequently a sticking point for non-native speakers take the […]
June 8, 2014

The best GMAT apps for studying on the go

In 2013, the average test taker spent a little over a month studying for the GMAT, totaling between 50 and 100 hours of study time according […]