March 31, 2015

When Being Well-Read Can Hurt You on Reading Comprehension Questions

One of the goals of a liberal arts education is for students to understand and appreciate a diverse range of academic subjects. Ideally, a student should grasp the fundamentals […]
March 25, 2015
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5 Undeniable Truths I Learned About the GMAT from Taking It 5 Times

Today’s post comes from Elad Shoushan, the founder and CEO of LTG Exam Prep Platform, the MIT startup behind Prep4GMAT. You can read his complete GMAT […]
March 3, 2015

Matching Subject and Verbs: GMAT Sentence Correction

The GMAT loves to make things complicated when testing subject-verb agreement. Most people would recognize that if the subject is “Robert” and the verb is “moving,” […]
February 26, 2015
TMI - don't let inference questions divulge too much!

No One Likes TMI, Especially on CR and RC GMAT Questions

No, GMAT questions won’t overwhelm you with details of your parent’s honeymoon or divulge the details of a recent bowel movement, but TMI (short for too much […]
December 18, 2014
Expect to see some common business formulas on critical reasoning questions

GMAT Critical Reasoning Formulas = Easy Points

Formulas aren’t just for quant questions; they’re a fundamental part of business. Revenue and cost, price and sales, imports and exports – These mathematical relationships underpin 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 […]
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 […]