Are you applying to a top MBA program? Think you need to earn a 760 to do so? Think again. If you have a strong business school application, you likely won’t need a near-perfect GMAT score for admission into a top MBA program. But how do you know if your GMAT score is up to […]

## with + [noun] + [participle] on GMAT Sentence Correction

Here are five practice SC problems, exploring this particular grammatical structure. Full explanations will appear at the end of the article.

## GMAT Tuesdays: Active Reading – Author’s Opinion and Tone

Finding the author’s opinion and tone is not easy. The passages on the GMAT won’t contain authors openly stating how they feel.

## GMAT Tuesdays: Sentence Correction – Must Know Idioms #11

There are so many idioms that might appear on the GMAT. At least enough to fill eleven videos. In this week’s installment, we look at the idiomatic expressions involving predicate, mistake, and unlike.

## The Official GMAT Guide 2016 Book Reviews

As you may be aware, GMAC, the folks who create the GMAT, just released three new official books: 1) The Official Guide for the GMAT 2016 (dark gray cover) 2) The Official Guide for the GMAT Verbal Review 2016 (orange cover) 3) The Official Guide for the GMAT Quantitative Review 2016 (green cover) FACT: Each one of […]

## Get Accepted to Harvard Business School!

Is a Harvard MBA in Your Future? Are you thinking about applying to Harvard Business School? Join Accepted’s upcoming webinar, Get Accepted to Harvard Business School to learn the 4 key steps to an HBS acceptance. Linda Abraham, Accepted’s CEO and founder, will be presenting the webinar – with new insights for the 2016 application! […]

## GMAT Tuesdays: Official Guide to the GMAT – Critical Reasoning #56

Sometimes it just helps to see how to attack problems instead of talking strategy. That’s why today we are diving into the Official Guide to the GMAT and solving a problem. A student wrote in asking that we work through some problems to see how to apply the strategies we’ve talked about in other videos.

## Student Post: How I Tackled the GMAT with a Full Time Job

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be hearing from Akhil, a former Magoosh student who will be pursuing his MBA at Hult in the fall. Akhil will be writing about his experience with the GMAT and the MBA admissions process as an international student. You can learn more about him on his blog, and you […]

## GMAT Tuesdays: Eliminating Silly Mistakes

We all make silly mistakes. Usually it’s not a huge issue when we do. But when it happens on the GMAT, it can cost you big time on the test. Today, I cover tips on how to eliminate those silly mistakes in your studies and on test day.

## Manipulating Algebraic Equations and Expressions with Fractions: Systems of Equations

A student writes, Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I clear fractions by multiplying an entire equation by a common denominator. Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I manipulate just one side of an equation. How do I know which is better? This is a surprisingly subtle question. It turns out that the answer is […]

## Manipulating Algebraic Equations and Expressions with Fractions: A Word Problem

A student writes, Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I clear fractions by multiplying an entire equation by a common denominator. Sometimes the answer explanation suggests that I manipulate just one side of an equation. How do I know which is better? This is a surprisingly subtle question. It turns out that the answer is […]