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Profit and Nonprofits on the GMAT

This is the sixth post in a series of articles on real-life facts that you need to know for the GMAT.  Here’s the full list: Economics: Supply and Demand Economics: Labor and Wages Economics: Inflation, unemployment, and interest rates Law: “beyond any reasonable doubt” Statistics: Statistical significance Economics: Profit and Non-profits   Revenue, Costs, and […]

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GMAT Vocabulary: Words to the Wise

Do you need to study GMAT vocabulary? The short answer: No.  Need I say more? OK, I’ll say a little more, but that single word is really the take-away message.   It’s that other graduate admission test, GRE, that scours the most difficult words in the English language.  The web abounds with massive GRE vocab lists.   […]

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Reading for the GMAT: The Economist

Get the most out of reading for the GMAT Not surprisingly, one of the best ways to prepare for GMAT Reading Comprehension is simply to read.  Not surprisingly, one of the best sources of reading as you prepare for business school is a weekly news magazine called The Economist.  The Economist is one of the […]

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GMAT Critical Reasoning: Words You Need to Know

For many, one advantage of taking the GMAT over the Revised GRE is that they do not have to cram such polysyllabic franken-words as juxtaposition, tendentiousness, and didacticism. That doesn’t mean that a shaky grasp of vocabulary will hold you in good stead come time for the GMAT. There are certain words you must know, […]

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