Author Archive | Chris Lele

  • Chris Lele

    Chris Lele is the Principal Curriculum Manager (and vocabulary wizard) at Magoosh. Chris graduated from UCLA with a BA in Psychology and has 20 years of experience in the test prep industry. He's been quoted as a subject expert in many publications, including US News, GMAC, and Business Because.

    In his time at Magoosh, Chris has taught countless students how to tackle the GRE, GMAT, SAT, ACT, MCAT (CARS), and LSAT exams with confidence. Some of his students have even gone on to get near-perfect scores. You can find Chris on YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook!

    Job title: Chris Lele

Kaplan GMAT Premier 2017 Book Review

If you’re wondering whether you should by the newest version of the Kaplan GMAT book, then you’ve come to the right place. Kaplan GMAT prep has come out with the GMAT Premier 2017 with 6 Practice Tests book, the newest in their arsenal of GMAT review books. I’ll offer my honest review so that you […]

Continue Reading · | Comments

How to Study for GMAT Verbal

Many GMAT Verbal improvement tips are focused on the nitty-gritty: deconstruct Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction questions, nail your idioms, know what constitutes an incorrect vs. a correct answer. Those are, without a doubt, important. If you haven’t learned them yet, that should be your next order of business. But this post is […]

Continue Reading · | Comments

My Experience Taking the GMAT

Many will probably think my job unenviable. Each day, over the last couple of months, I’ve sat combing through the GMAT OG (Official Guide), analyzing questions and writing my questions—questions I hope are as similar as possible to official GMAT questions. After weeks of this, I found myself wondering just how representative of the test […]

Continue Reading · | Comments

GMAT Sentence Correction: Do You Got What It Takes? – Explanation

Welcome back! Before we get started, take a moment to review Monday’s Sentence Correction question. Question In the middle of the 19th century, mathematician turned computer scientist Ada Lovelace aided Charles Babbage by developing the first computer algorithm, a breakthrough that ushered in the computer age, leading to machines capable of executing functions far more […]

Continue Reading · | Comments