Top 5 GMAT MBA Must-Read Articles, Week of Apr 06, 2012
Top 5 GMAT MBA Articles
Week of Apr 06, 2012
Too many articles and not enough time? Top 5 GMAT / MBA articles this week, hand-picked by the team here at 30 Day GMAT Success, and delivered directly to your inbox.
1. MBA School Visits: Start Off Right
Before you visit a campus, come up with a concise “elevator pitch” that conveys important information about you so that you can make a good first impression on everyone you meet.
2. Guessing and Skipping Strategies for the GMAT
If you are running out of time, should you skip questions or guess their answers? Read this article to find out which strategy works best for the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the GMAT.
3. Critical Thinking Does Not Equal GMAT Critical Reasoning
Both Data Sufficiency problems and Critical Reasoning questions might prove challenging for test takers as they differ from problems that generally appear elsewhere in real life.
4. Integer Properties: The Most Common GMAT Question Topic
Integers (positive and negative whole numbers) and their associated properties turn up in a number of GMAT Math questions. Mastering these concepts can help you tackle the relevant questions with more precision.
5. GMAT Math Example: The “Shortest Distance” Solution
Find out how the ability to recognize shortcuts can help you save time and quickly come up with the solutions to math problems.
Bonus! Admissions Tip: Feedback Sessions for Denied Applicants
Attending admissions feedback sessions offers you a chance to demonstrate your commitment to improvement and show your dedication to the program, while helping you identify and work on your weaknesses.
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