The GMAT is tough, even for those fluent in English. Read this post for verbal study tips to help unlock the GMAT for non-native english speakers.
“How is the GMAT scored?” is a funny question because it could be interpreted in a few rather different ways. Find out the answers to all ways in this post!
You get your GMAT score right away, but what about the full GMAT score report? Find out the answer to that question in this post!
The sub-4 minute mile, a perfect round of golf, a 300 in bowling… oh the elusive Mt. Everest. A GMAT 800: the perfect GMAT score. Improbables of perfection, how can any ever hope to summit your slippery slopes? Hard work won’t quite cut it. An element of luck, a touch of madness, and more than […]
Magoosh is happy to present a life hacks blog post to help you maximize your GMAT performance. These GMAT hacks work– and they can be surprisingly easy! Sometimes the simplest, smallest study tricks make the biggest difference. They can boost your confidence, improve your focus, and dissipate your exam anxiety. They can even open your eyes […]
Wondering about the format of the GMAT? Well here are some rough-and-ready facts about the GMAT exam format and common GMAT topics. The current incarnation of the GMAT has four sections, with assorted breaks. Here’s the layout of the overall GMAT format. GMAT Sections Overview Intro = check in a Pearson VUE, surrender all your […]
If you’re headed for an MBA, the first thing you’ll need to do is bet the GMAT. This is a challenging hoop to jump through. But the GMAT can be beat. And studying well for the GMAT will not only help you get a top score—it’ll also help you build valuable skills for your future […]
Did you miss this webinar? Watch it here! This Wednesday, our GMAT guru, Mike McGarry, will be doing a live webinar on preparing for the GMAT in partnership with Accepted.com! Maybe you’ve been following a Magoosh GMAT study schedule for months, or maybe you’re still deciding if you want to take the test. Either way, this webinar will […]
As the test quickly approaches, you need to know what to spend your time doing, and more importantly, you need to know what to not do! Here are all my tips for your final week before the exam. And if you’d like to read more, there’s an entire article I wrote on the last minute […]
As you work through problem solving questions, you will see a lot of figures, charts, shapes, and lines! But can you trust them? What can you assume about those shapes? This week, I dive in and answer these questions!