The GMAT can now be taken at home permanently through the GMAT Online Exam starting April 2021. Click here for the latest updates.
Author Archive | Bhavin Parikh
Bhavin sets the vision and strategy for Magoosh, along with whatever else needs to be done. With a BS/BA in Economics and Computer Science from Duke University and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, he’s on a mission to change the way people learn and how they think about learning. Years ago, Bhavin played on several Nationals-level ultimate frisbee teams. Today, he’s our resident gelato connoisseur.
What is the GMAT at home experience like? We took the online-proctored test—check out our video and tips for what to expect on (virtual) test day.
Although thousands of different word-usage errors could appear on the GMAT, the test repeatedly includes commonly misused words. The following is a list of twenty commonly misused word pairs (or trios), along with definitions and examples of the proper use of each word. Accept, Except Accept is a verb that means “to agree to receive […]