## The Quick and the Quicker: Improving Your GMAT Score

Hey there, future MBA graduates! How are you progressing with the 30 Day GMAT method? What’s that? You say that you haven’t started and you have fewer than 30 days to study? No worries – we have some help for you too!  Introducing 31 quick …

## “Planning” to Do Well on the GMAT?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – one of the benefits of standardized tests is that they are…standardized! That means that the more you practice, the more you will see patterns and commonalities among various questions. Identifying those patterns makes identifying the …

## When a Sentence is Just a Fragment,

The GMAT Official Guide (13th Edition) lists grammatical construction as one of the concepts it likes to test in Sentence Correction. But what exactly does that mean? Quite often that means run-on sentences or sentence fragments. Those phrases probably sound familiar to you if think …

## What if I’ve Never Seen that Question Type Before?

If you have done any GMAT practice yet, you have probably realized that there is plenty of algebra and geometry on the test. Those two question types undoubtedly make up the majority of the questions, so you need to be very comfortable and efficient answering …

## When is a Noun not a Subject?

As you likely already know, the most basic elements of a sentence are the subject and verb. Without them, no sentence can be complete. The subject does the action and the verb is the action. But unless your GMAT questions contain sentences of the Dick …

## Get Over Your Fear of Fractions!

If you’ve read the Assigning Values section in my book, you probably already have a good working knowledge of the fundamentals of this strategy. You will probably immediately recognize that question 198 on page 180 of the GMAT Official Guide 13th Edition is a good …

## The Official Guide 13th Edition How To Quantitative: Page 166, #104

With 75 minutes to solve 37 questions, you have roughly 2 minutes per question on the quantitative section. Since you aren’t allowed to skip back and forth among questions, you need to pace yourself wisely, which means identifying opportunities to take (accurate) shortcuts on some …

## The Official Guide 13th Edition How To Verbal: Page 531, #101

When the task is to logically complete an argument, one important consideration in selecting an answer is not to go beyond the information already provided. In other words, you need to determine what key words from the argument need to be in your answer choice, …