May 22, 2015
Noun modifiers are like teenage lovers. Here's a bear, but not a Gobi bear.

3 Simple Rules to Spot Noun Modifier Errors on Sentence Correction

A noun modifier can be a word, phrase, or even a clause that precedes or follows a noun and provides extra information about it. Sentences are […]
May 13, 2015
Don't confuse correlation with causation

Three Common CR Assumptions and How to Spot Them

Today’s post comes from Eliza Chute who has been tutoring both the GMAT and the LSAT for over a year, in addition to running a GMAT prep […]
March 13, 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,” […]
August 15, 2014
Prep4GMAT, the best GMAT app, is now on Android

It’s here! The top-rated GMAT app is now on Android!

Yes, this post deserves two exclamation points in the title because it’s big news – well if you’re studying for the GMAT and own an Android […]
July 28, 2014

GMAT idioms for non-native speakers

Idioms can be one of the most difficult topics for native speakers and non-native speakers alike. But just like every other question on the GMAT, idiom […]
June 3, 2014

GMAT reading comprehension strategies for non-native speakers

Many non-native speakers have trouble with the GMAT reading comprehension section, even those who would consider themselves very competent English speakers. For some students, this is a […]
May 27, 2014

Sentence correction for non-native speakers

In 2013, about 60% of MBA applicants were non-native speakers. According to international surveys, that number is only growing. For students who are non-native speakers, the GMAT can be […]