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Category: GMAT

Which company has the best GMAT tutors? Let’s look at reviews.

Is tutoring with Trevor Klee, Tutor worth it? Reviews. Not to sound like we have a swelled head, but our GMAT tutoring gets fantastic reviews. We are really, really good at helping people with the GMAT. We have 5 stars on Google, 5 stars on Yelp, and a heap of glowing testimonials. Most of our […]

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GMAT Official Guide 2019 Practice Questions, Answers, and Error Log


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Are LSAT questions useful for the GMAT?

The GMAT is a tough exam. I know it, you know it, your mom knows it. In fact, you’re probably looking at this post right now because you’re struggling with the GMAT. And Critical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension are some of the toughest parts of the GMAT. People get mixed up on Critical Reasoning, and […]

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How to start studying for the GMAT

Congrats on deciding to take the GMAT! It’s a difficult exam, but it’s a necessary one for most business schools and many graduate programs. If you’re asking yourself, “How do I start studying for the GMAT?”, then this guide is for you. I’ve divided it up into what you should do before starting studying, necessary materials, helpful supplements, and things […]

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Should I take the GRE or the GMAT for my MBA?

  GRE vs. GMAT The GRE and GMAT are the exams I specialize in, so I feel I have a unique perspective on their relative merits. Recently, I had a GMAT tutoring client tell me that she was considering not going to business school. “Why not?” I asked. I was confused because she seemed to […]

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6 Essential Tips for the GMAT Sentence Correction

6 Essential Tips for the GMAT Sentence Correction 1. Watch out for parallelism The sentence correction really only has a few tricks that you need to worry about. First, check for parallelism. Parallelism can be a little tricky, but it’s generally about making sure that clauses on either side of a comma resemble each other. […]

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4 Vital Tips for GMAT Critical Reasoning

4 Vital Tips for GMAT Critical Reasoning   1. Identify the parts of the argument Essentially, your argument is going to be composed of premises (things you assume are true), corollaries (things which are true if the premise they’re related to is true), and conclusions (things that are true if all the premises are true). […]

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6 Tricky (But Important!) Tips for GMAT Reading Comprehension

6 Tricky (But Important!) Tips for GMAT Reading Comprehension   1. You don’t have to understand (or read) the whole passage The only things you need to understand about the passage are what’s asked about in the questions. To that extent, on your first go through, read through the passage just enough so you understand […]

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