Here’s a really informative infographic from MBAPrograms.org, complete with everything you need to know about the GMAT! We hope you find it useful . Courtesy of: http://www.mbaprograms.org
Here’s another interview in our “From the mouths of the Adcoms” series! Meet Greg Yantz, Director of MBA Recruiting and Admissions at the highly ranked Ivey Business School at Western University. Enjoy his helpful tips and advice! Q: What type of person do you think would really thrive at the Ivey Business School? A: […]
Hello! This week, I’m addressing a question that a student sent in on our blog. So if you’re struggling with the basics of absolute phrases and need a refresher on how to use them, this week’s video should help. After you’ve watched it, let us know if you have any questions or comments below, and […]
I’m very excited to announce that Magoosh now has full-length GMAT practice tests! How do I access the GMAT practice tests? First, you need to be a paying member of our GMAT prep product. Unfortunately, the tests only work with full Premium access which consists of Math and Verbal – they don’t work with a […]
In the previous post on indefinite pronouns, I discussed issues related to Subject-Verb Agreement. This post explores issues of logic, as regards these unusual words. First, four GMAT Sentence Correction practice sentences. 1) Every US state has two senators, but the amount of representatives that all states have depends on their population. (A) the amount […]
For most of you, the next big life step is attending business school. And while we know our way around the GMAT test, we unfortunately don’t know a whole lot about MBA admissions. So we thought we’d ask the pros–the very people who’ll be reviewing your MBA applications–to share their tips and words of wisdom […]
Hello! While I was out in nature, I ran into a troubled student who’s been prepping for the GMAT, and he asked a very important question: “Why do I get a 46 on some practice tests and a 49 on others?” So this week, I’m explaining why your scores might be different across practice tests […]
Idioms are an important topic on GMAT Sentence Corrections. With some idioms, a particular verb may demand a single preposition — for example, “able to do X” is correct, and “able for doing X” is incorrect. See our idiom ebook for more examples. That’s a great deal to know right there. To make matters worse, […]
Worried about your interview? Check out these awesome tips from Accepted! You may be the most dazzling, charming, and quick-thinking person in the world, but if you don’t actively prepare for your MBA interview, then you run the risk of drawing a blank and leaving your interviewer with a less-than-impressive picture of yourself. The following […]
Hello! This week, I’ll be explaining how you can avoid a very tricky data sufficiency trap that’s often on the GMAT! I’ll be referring to the data sufficiency answer choices in this problem, so if you need a refresher on what those are, you can find them here. As always, leave us any questions or […]
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