### Two Minutes of GMAT Quant: A Breakdown (Part 3)

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Ready for the long awaited conclusion of how to tackle a quant problem in two minutes? We’ll finally get to the point where you can submit an answer! If you haven’t been keeping up, catch up here. Read more

### Taking the new mini-GMAT for EMBA? Here’s how to prep! – Part 2

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Last time, we talked about the IR and Verbal sections of the new Executive Assessment (EA) exam for EMBA candidates. Today, we’re going to dive into Quant and also talk more about your overall study. Read more

### Think Like an Expert: How & When to Work Backwards on GMAT Problem Solving

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*What does it take to be a GMAT expert? It’s not just content knowledge (although of course that’s necessary). A GMAT expert knows how to quickly identify patterns and choose quickly from a variety of strategies. In each of these segments, I’ll show you one of these expert moves and how to use it.* Read more

### Five Simple Tips for GMAT Word Problems

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This article won’t teach you how to solve GMAT word problems from scratch. (Check out our Word Problems Strategy Guide for that!) However, it *will* suggest five easy changes that’ll help you save time, earn points, and reduce stress. Make just a few small changes to how you solve word problems, and watch your Quant score improve. Read more

### How to Review Easy GMAT Quant Questions (And Why They’re Important)

If you’re already comfortable with most of the Quant content (big if, but hey, let’s play the hypothetical game), then you’ll find some of the questions in the GMAT official guide book are relatively easy. Even if you’re struggling, there will be a few questions that you get right and understand without much difficulty. Let’s talk about how those can be powerful tools.

Imagine you come across this problem: Read more

### Easy Answers Are Lousy Answers on the GMAT

The number one rule in my GMAT classes is this: **we stay in control of the test, not the other way around.** Many GMAT questions have both a right answer, and *an answer they hope you’ll pick — *and those often aren’t the same! Learn to recognize the “too easy” answers that the test writers want you to pick, and stay far away from them. Read more

### Want to do better on GMAT Quant? Put your pen down!

Let’s do an experiment. This is one I do with all of my GMAT classes and tutoring students. Grab a piece of paper, a pen, and a stopwatch (or use the stopwatch function on your mobile device). Read more

### Decoding Divisibility and Primes on the GMAT – Part 3

Welcome to the 3^{rd} and final installment of our mini-series on GMAT Number Properties. We’ve been doing a deep dive into Divisibility and Prime issues (see Part 1 and Part 2), exploring how the GMAT can disguise these topics and get us to fall into traps.

Here’s your third GMATPrep® problem from the free exams—and our hardest one yet. Good luck! Read more

### The 7 Reasons You’re Struggling with Timing on GMAT Quant

A lot of my GMAT students struggle to nail down their timing on the Quant section. If you’re in this situation, you can’t just tell yourself that you’ll work faster next time. Instead, with the help of this post, figure out where your timing problem is coming from. Then you’ll know exactly how to fix it. Read more

### Decoding Divisibility and Primes on the GMAT – Part 2

Welcome to the 2^{nd} installment of our dive into Number Properties. If you haven’t yet tried the first problem, start with the first article in the series.

Let’s dive right into our second problem from the GMATPrep® free exams: Read more