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The GMAT Official Guide 2019 Edition, Part 2

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - The GMAT Official Guide 2019 Edition, Part 2 by Stacey Koprince

Here we go, here we go! Welcome to part 2 of a little series on the GMAT Official Guide 2019 edition, hot off the presses; if you’d like, you can start with the first installment of this article series. Today’s post focuses on Data Sufficiency. Read more

The GMAT Official Guide 2019 Edition, Part 1

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - The GMAT Official Guide 2019 Edition, Part 1 by Stacey Koprince

Ah, fall. The days are still pretty long, the snow is a distant memory (for a couple more months at least), and I get to work through the new problems in the GMAT Official Guide 2019 edition!

That’s right, the Official Guide for GMAT® Review 2019, aka the OG, has landed. Let’s dive right in! Read more

4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 4)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - 4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 4) by Stacey Koprince

Welcome to our fourth and final installment on how to get the most out of your GMAT practice tests! In the first three installments of this series, we talked about: Read more

4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 3)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - 4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 3) by Stacey Koprince

Are you ready to get even more geeky about your GMAT practice tests? ☺️ Read more

4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 2)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - 4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 2) by Stacey Koprince

Welcome back! If you haven’t already, start with Part 1 of this series, where we performed a global executive reasoning and timing review for your GMAT practice tests. Let’s continue with a deeper dive of the per-question timing data from your problem list. (And grab pen and paper to take note—this is going to be…geeky.) Read more

4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 1)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - 4 Steps to Analyze Your GMAT Practice Tests (Part 1) by Stacey Koprince

How many GMAT practice tests have you taken so far? Are you satisfied—or frustrated—with your progress? Read more

Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions (Part 3)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions (Part 3) by Stacey Koprince

Welcome to the third installment of Fast Math for the Executive Assessment! If you’re just joining us now, you might want to go back to the first part and work your way back here. Read more

Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions (Part 2)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions (Part 2) by Stacey Koprince

Last time, I gave you a couple of questions to try and then we discussed how to minimize your work on the first one. (If you haven’t read the first installment yet, go do that now.) Today, we’re going to review the second problem. Read more

Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions (Part 1)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions (Part 1) by Stacey Koprince

The Executive Assessment (EA) shares a lot of roots with the GMAT, GMAC’s flagship graduate business school exam. In certain ways, the Executive Assessment feels almost like the GMAT on steroids—it’s even more stereotypically GMAT-like than the GMAT itself, if that’s possible. Read more

Maximize Your Learning from Official GMAT Problems (Part 2)

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Manhattan Prep GMAT Blog - Maximize Your Learning from Official GMAT Problems (Part 2) by Stacey Koprince

Welcome to the second part of our series on learning the most that we can from official GMAT problems. Last time, we talked about how to use solutions as a series of hints from your own “private tutor.” This time, we’re going to talk about what to do when this process doesn’t actually help you to generate ideas about how to solve the problem.

Here’s where we left off: Read more