Preparing for the GMAT is no small ordeal. It requires patience, focus, dedication, hard work, and organization. I’d like to focus on organization and planning in relation to test prep because it seems to be an aspect of preparation that students neglect. But taking the time to organize, and planning before hand, can have untold […]
Author Archive | Kevin Rocci
At UC Santa Cruz, Kevin Rocci began a decade of teaching and tutoring with the Stevenson College Junior Fellow and Writing Assistance programs. He has worked with adults and kids, tutoring the GRE, GMAT, and SAT at Kaplan and teaching English as a Second Language in the JET Programme and at the Intercultural Institute of California. At Magoosh, he expanded beyond teaching, building and managing teams, like Student Help and Content. When he's not Magooshing, you can find him spinning his toddler in circles. Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.
This week, I’ll take a quick break from the regular GMAT tips to do a quick rebus. I’ll explains what a rebus is and gives you two to try out in the video. They can be helpful in learning idiomatic phrases and common sayings, and can also serve as a way to give your brain […]
Another GMAT Tuesday with Kevin! 🙂 If you have any questions about Subject Verb Agreement, or any requests for future video topics, let us know!
Just as humans really only NEED a few things to survive—water, food and shelter—a sentence really only NEEDS a subject and a verb. As long as a noun corresponds to some sort of action, a sentence can survive. Everything else is just filler, modifiers inserted to describe something about this subject-verb pair. On the Sentence […]