I’m just going to cut right to the chase on this one: no messing around because Wharton is not messing around when it comes to GMAT scores. In fact, it is the toughest out of all the top b-school dogs when it comes to scores.
The next video in the series, we take on an inference question in the Official Guide to the GMAT. This is the second video in the series, breaking down how to approach reading comprehension questions associated with the passage on Winters v. United States. This week’s board: If you want more practice with inference questions […]
Many of our students requested that we record video explanations for the math questions (“Sample Questions”) from the GMAT Official Guide, and we were happy to help! Here’s the link to the free videos, be sure to bookmark it and refer to it as you go through the questions if you need extra help! http://gmat.magoosh.com/forum/books/16-official-guide-for-gmat-review-2016 […]
We’ve all been there … you’re trying to study — focusing hard on the task at hand — but it seems like the entire world is bent on distracting you. Your phone won’t stop buzzing, that little (1) keeps popping up on your Facebook tab, everything going on outside the window is just so much […]
Today we learn more about probability and counting. Probability questions involving counting are really just multi-step counting problems. Watch the video to learn more. And if you want even more practice, click here: GMAT Probability and Counting Techniques This week’s board:
Stanford admissions reps won’t tell you this. They will tell you to be yourself. Be authentic, they say. This is terrible advice.
Following up on a previous post about staying out of the details, we take a look at the first question associated with the passage. This week’s board: If you want more practice with detail questions in the reading comprehension section, click here to watch another GMAT Tuesday video: http://magoosh.com/gmat/2014/gmat-tuesdays-with-kevin-reading-comprehension-detail-questions/
Here’s a guest post from our friends at All Business Schools! Women have come a long way in the business world, from the types of careers we can have to the total number of women in the workforce. However, while women are now equal enrollers in medical school and law school, the number of women who apply […]
Some of the trickiest problems on sentence correction questions involve idioms. Today we look at idioms involving hope and model, and we look at the best way to talk about hypothetical situations on the GMAT. 😀 This week’s board:
So you want to go to Stanford Business School. As a company based in the San Francisco Bay Area, we get it. There’s sunshine (well, at least in Palo Alto), mild temperatures year-round, and most importantly, a vibrant, business-savvy, techie, cultural scene. And oh yeah, the #1 business school in the United States.