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As a busy working professional, you’re probably anxious to save time, even when it comes to your GMAT prep. So, if you’re in need of a quick and easy way to keep up to date on all things GMAT, then you should definitely sign up for our weekly GMAT prep newsletter! We put the newsletter […]

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GMAT Tricks with Systems of Equations: Part 5

A lot of GMAT test-takers vaguely remember a rule from high school, that it’s possible to solve for two variables if and only if you’re given two equations, and generally that it’s possible to solve for n variables if and only if you’re given n equations. Unfortunately, that rule isn’t quite correct as written, and […]

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Q & A with Duke-Fuqua School of Business

We’ve got a treat on the blog for you today! Allison Jamison, Director of Admissions at the full-time MBA program at Duke, is answering your frequently asked MBA application questions.   Q) What are the main components of a Duke MBA application?   A) The Duke MBA application requires the following materials: A completed online […]

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GMAT Tuesdays: How to Prepare for GMAT Quantitative

Hello! Happy Tuesday! Today we are talking about the big picture stuff that you’ll need to know in order to improve your GMAT Quant game. Things like: 1. Structure Know the format of the GMAT Quantitative section before test day. For example, you should know: The number of questions in the section (37) How long […]

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GMAT Math: Weighted Averages

Problems range from easy to hard. 1) On a ferry, there are 50 cars and 10 trucks.  The cars have an average mass of 1200 kg and the trucks have an average mass of 3000 kg.  What is the average mass of all 60 vehicles on the ferry? 1200 kg 1500 kg 1800 kg 2100 […]

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GMAT Tricks with Systems of Equations: Part 4

A lot of GMAT test-takers vaguely remember a rule from high school, that it’s possible to solve for two variables if and only if you’re given two equations, and generally that it’s possible to solve for n variables if and only if you’re given n equations. Unfortunately, that rule isn’t quite correct as written, and […]

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GMAT Tuesdays: How Much Time You Need to Prepare for the GMAT

Hello, and welcome back to GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin! In today’s video, I’ll help you determine how long you need to study for the GMAT, in order to achieve your goal score. Here’s a quick breakdown of the criteria I’ll discuss: 1. How do you handle standardized testing? If you’re not blessed with natural test-taking […]

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GMAT Tricks with Systems of Equations: Part 3

A lot of GMAT test-takers vaguely remember a rule from high school, that it’s possible to solve for two variables if and only if you’re given two equations, and generally that it’s possible to solve for n variables if and only if you’re given n equations. Unfortunately, that rule isn’t quite correct as written, and […]

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GMAT Tricks with Systems of Equations: Part 2

A lot of GMAT test-takers vaguely remember a rule from high school, that it’s possible to solve for two variables if and only if you’re given two equations, and generally that it’s possible to solve for n variables if and only if you’re given n equations. Applying this rule incorrectly causes quite a few errors […]

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GMAT Tuesdays: Active Reading Strategies for the GMAT

Hello! Today, we’re diving further into active reading to learn exactly how to spot the main idea in a reading comprehension passage. Here’s an image of this week’s board work: Let me know if you have any questions by leaving a comment in the comment box below!  

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GMAT Tricks with Systems of Equations: Part 1

A lot of GMAT test-takers vaguely remember a rule from high school, that it’s possible to solve for two variables if and only if you’re given two equations, and generally that it’s possible to solve for n variables if and only if you’re given n equations. Unfortunately, that rule isn’t quite correct as written, and […]

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