GMAT Strategies

February 6, 2015
Applying a process to quant questions is a lot like making apple pie

This Simple-as-Pie Strategy Will Explode Your GMAT Quant Ability

  Today’s post comes from Rowan Hand, a tutor available through Prep4GMAT‘s Tutor Marketplace. Rowan is the head coach at Your GMAT Coach, a London based […]
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 […]
November 18, 2014
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Guest Post: My journey from a 620 to a 710 on the GMAT

Today’s guest post comes from Abhyudaya Rana, who scored 710 on his second GMAT attempt with the help of Prep4GMAT app as well as other resources.  Hello […]
October 17, 2014
Should I retake the GMAT? It's a matter of ROI.

Should I retake the GMAT? It’s a question of ROI

The prospect of a higher score is always alluring, and sometimes it’s absolutely needed in order to have a shot at getting accepted, but other times, […]
October 15, 2014
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Does Integrated Reasoning matter?

The GMAT has certainly made some major changes since it began in 1954 (“Quantitative Reading,” anyone?), but the most recent change is the addition of an […]
September 5, 2014
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Why not all errors are created equal

Even the best GMAT test-takers will choose the wrong answer occasionally. GMAT mistakes fall into two categories: careless errors and concept errors. Let’s use this question […]