Blog Posts with tag ‘GMAT’

New Changes to the GMAT in 2018, Explained main image
by Manhattan R.

The GMAT exam has changed. Here's what to expect from the new format, including changes to the pre-exam tutorial. 

GMAT mathematical section

To raise your GMAT score to the 700-level, it is crucial to learn when to calculate in fractions and when in decimals. This guide by Rowan Hand, a GMAT tutor, will help you understand the concept of calculations in GMAT.

Boldfaced: The Easiest Type of Critical Reasoning Question?

Worried about the critical reasoning part of your GMAT? Our exam expert teaches you to tackle these problems.

Could the work of Aristotle help you solve critical reasoning questions on the GMAT?
27 Jun 2017
Find out how Aristotle and the ‘reduction to absurdity’ method can help you tackle tricky arguments in GMAT’s critical reasoning section.
Seven of the best tutoring options in New York for those looking to up their GMAT score and master the gatekeeper of MBA admissions
18 May 2017
Looking to ensure you notch a high GMAT score? Tutors can provide useful test prep options, as these seven examples available in New York illustrate.
Six time management principles for the GMAT
18 Jan 2017
Developing time management skills on the GMAT is critical to acing the exam. Learn effective strategies for pacing yourself.
Brute force might be able to save you some time in the GMAT
27 Oct 2016
A nimble mind isn’t always required for problem solving. We explore the brute force approach to solving some GMAT questions.
Avoiding drops in GMAT verbal score on test day
18 Oct 2016
Some GMAT takers see a significant drop in their verbal score on test day but, with these three tips, you can avoid losing out!