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GMAT Critical Reasoning Cheat Sheet: A Proven Strategy From A 99th Percentile Scorer & Tutor (FULL Guide)

We all know that scoring well on GMAT’s Critical Reasoning isn’t a cakewalk. Getting a good score relies on great practice. But for some of us, even after lots of hard work and effort, CR can be a tough nut to crack. Why is this the case? It’s almost always down to having the wrong […]

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What to know about arithmetic and geometric sequences

Note: this post is taken from my GRE Quant Bible. If you’d like fully explained practice questions to go along with this, get the book! How to recognize:  Whenever we’re adding up a long sequence of numbers What to know: 1. Occasionally, we’ll be asked to add up a lot of consecutive numbers, or numbers […]

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How to answer really tricky RC main point questions from a 47V scorer (example included)

I was coaching a GMAT client the other day through some tricky RC questions, and he was getting stuck on main point questions. Unsurprisingly, he was also getting really stuck on understanding what the passage was saying at all. Here’s the advice I gave him: For all passages, the main point can be found in […]

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How To Crush LSAT Logical Reasoning (Without Almost Zero Diagrams) — Full Prep Guide + Step By Step Examples

Open up any book on LSAT Logical Reasoning and you’ll likely find elaborate diagrams accompanied by definitions, complicated rules, and logic symbols.  This technique (diagramming) is typically used by LSAT prep books and companies to teach the fundamentals of logical reasoning. It’s also (more often than not) extended to become a test-taking technique as well. […]

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Everything you need to memorize for the MCAT(shoutout to Reddit r/mcat)

by Yash S, MCAT tutor and 525 scorer. Are you wondering how to memorize all this? Are you getting stuck on your content review? Schedule a free consultation with our expert MCAT coaches and level up your studying! One of the most common questions I get from students is what content needs to be memorized […]

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A GRE Reading Comprehension Strategy For ‘Slow’ Or ‘Bad’ Readers (Full Guide + Worked Example)

If you’re a naturally slow or ‘bad’ reader, you’re probably thinking that GRE Reading Comprehension isn’t exactly going to be a walk in the park.  It’s known to be one of the most challenging sections to improve on, and even avid readers often get frustrated by low scores.  If you’re feeling discouraged or frustrated, don’t […]

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How to use Youtube videos in MCAT Content Review by a 525 scorer

Struggling with your own content review? Worked your way through the textbooks but not seeing the score improvements you want? You should consider MCAT coaching! Work with one of our 99th percentile MCAT coaches to develop a study plan, stick with it, and achieve the score goal that you’re aiming for. Reading through seven dense […]

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How to effectively do MCAT Content Review by a 525 scorer

by Yash S., a 525 scorer and MCAT coach Looking to get some help on your MCAT content review? Have you already gone through content review but feel like you might have missed some things? Get help from our expert MCAT coaches! Starting out with MCAT preparation can be quite intimidating. Where do you begin […]

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How Accurate are AAMC, Next Step, Kaplan, and Princeton Review MCAT exams?

by Yash S., 525 scorer and MCAT coach Note: need help with your MCAT studying? Unhappy with a practice test score or struggling with what to do next? Our MCAT coaching service should help! You could get unlimited help from an MCAT coach who scored in the 99th percentile on their own MCAT. Check out […]

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How To Master LSAT Reading Comprehension (By Reading Less): A Step-By-Step Guide

Daunting. Boring. Horrifyingly difficult. If that’s how you’d describe the LSAT Reading Comprehension section, welcome. You’re not alone! Even those who consider themselves to be fast readers or usually good at reading comprehension often struggle to master the skills that enable confidence when tackling LSAT RC questions. And if you think you’re not particularly good […]

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