Author Archive | Mike MᶜGarry

GMAT Study Plans and GMAT Study Guides

Good GMAT study is planned GMAT study. It really is important to plan your GMAT practice activities carefully. You need a good set of prep materials, and a well-organized timeline for how to make the most of them. Whether you have one month or six months to study, one of the plans we’ve outlined below can help you […]

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GMAT Diagnostic Test

Welcome to our GMAT Quiz page! Curious about where you would stack up compared to others taking the GMAT test? Take our Diagnostic GMAT exam here to get a sense of your current GMAT scores in Verbal and Quant. These free GMAT diagnostic tests are designed to gauge your skills on the GMAT exam. Answer explanations and a […]

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Complete Guide to GMAT Integrated Reasoning

GMAT Integrated Reasoning giving you trouble? You’re not alone! That’s why Magoosh is excited to present you with the ultimate GMAT Integrated Reasoning eBook: Magoosh’s Complete Guide to GMAT Integrated Reasoning! What is GMAT Integrated Reasoning? The GMAT Integrated Reasoning section tests your quant-based and verbal-based reasoning in 4 parts: multi-source reasoning, table analysis, two-part […]

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Common GMAT Math Mistakes

  Learn the cluster of the most common GMAT math mistakes, mistakes that the exam regularly exploits so you can avoid these pitfalls.   Pattern-Matching, Good and Bad The human brain is, far and away, the best pattern-matching machine we have ever seen.  No computer comes close.  We match patterns for all kinds of things: […]

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Best GMAT Books and Resources

What are the best GMAT books? And which GMAT resources are the most up-to-date and comprehensive? Look no further.  Here are our up-to-date reviews of the top GMAT books and resources available. Our current recommendations include material from Magoosh itself, online GMAT forums, Manhattan GMAT, Nova, PowerScore, and GMAC. Before you discover our favorite GMAT prep […]

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What is the GMAT format?

The GMAT, or Graduate Management Admission Test, is a computer adaptive test (CAT). The GMAT is designed to test analytical skills, quantitative and verbal skills, and reading skills, and the scores are evaluated as part of your application to graduate-level business and management schools. So, how exactly is the GMAT exam formatted? What are the […]

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