The comparisons of x, x^2, 1/x, 1/x^2 etc are tough. Solve Gmat Inequalities “Comparisons” questions confidently & correctly with this framework …
As you know, the philosophy behind GMAT By Example is to solve many practice problems with the intent to learn from them rather than just solving for the sake of solving. In this post, we are going to break apart a very good GMAT inequalities DS practice question posted on the GMATClub forum. The question […]
Update 9/23/2020: Beginning September 23rd, GMAT online exam can be taken twice. Also, GMAt Online has introduced a cancellation and reschedule fee. Update 9/2/2020: Starting end of September’20, GMAT online can be retaken 2 times. As you probably know, traditionally GMAT test needs to be taken physically in a GMAC authorized test center. However, to […]
For GMAT Prep, Inequalities problems can be some of the toughest problems to master. Sometimes, the candidates may even master the inequalities during GMAT practice and mock tests. However, during the GMAT exam, when faced with the pressure of time and accuracy, they tend to make mistakes. One of the most common mistake made by […]
In this post, we will look at the overall GMAT exam structure in brief. GMAT is a standardized test conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council. Most business schools worldwide require GMAT test as part of their MBA application process.
Official acronyms related to GMAT GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test GMAC – Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAT test creators) CAT – Computer Adaptive Test (GMAT follows a computer adaptive methodology to test and score) AWA – Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA is one of the sections on the GMAT exam) IR – Integrated Reasoning (IR […]