Is it worth it to buy the newest GMAT books? If you hate buying expensive test prep books unless it’s absolutely necessary, then this is the post for you!
Author Archive | Lucas Fink
It may sound a bit strange, but one of the most important classes I’ve taken in my life was on posture. And what I learned from this class may actually benefit your level of GMAT confidence. Did I pique your interest? Then keep reading to learn more! The class was on the Alexander technique, specifically, […]
In theory, the relationship between time spent studying for the GMAT and the effect on your score should be a direct correlation: the more you learn, the higher your score. In reality, though, that’s not always the case—GMAT practice test scores can vary. At least, it’s not always the case when you’re looking at only […]
Considering the difference between the audiences of the GMAT and the SAT, you might be a bit surprised to hear that the two tests have a lot in common. It’s not as though a high-schooler could walk into a GMAT and come away with a score in a percentile similar to what they would get […]
The answer to this question is, on the surface, pretty simple. There is almost nothing in common between the GMAT and the TOEFL. Here’s a quick breakdown of the two tests to show what I mean: GMAT: Analytical Writing Assignment: One essay about the weaknesses in an argument that you read Integrated Reasoning: Math-based […]