### How to Study for the GMAT: The First Two Weeks (Part 1)

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**Not sure where to start? Here’s how to handle the first two weeks of your GMAT journey. Read more**

### Advanced Error Log: Tie Your Hands Behind Your Back

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**It’s been said that “a mistake is only a mistake if you don’t learn from it,” which probably explains the shambles of my dating life. Read more**

### Error Log: The #1 Way to Raise Your GMAT Score!!

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**This is not hyperbole. I truly believe that the number one way to raise your score is to have a thorough error log. I have had a number of students who come to me after having gone through most of the Official Guide but who are still struggling to get the scores they want. When I ask, “What do you have to show for doing ALL of these problems?” the answer is often something along the lines of “I’m not sure.” That drives me bonkers! I want you to work smart, not hard.**

### The GMAT Careless Error Blues (Part 1 of 2)

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You know the concept, the setup, the steps. You have equations ready and a prowess with algebra. You solve the problem and come up with what is certainly the correct answer, yet you quickly find that answer is not one of the answer choices. You, my friend, are in danger of having just committed a careless error. Read more

### The GMAT’s not a math test – it’s a foreign language test!

A student of mine once emailed me after he took the GMAT. Instead of telling me his score, he wrote, “let’s just say that 4 times my score is a multiple of 88, and 5 times my score is a multiple of 35.”

Can you tell what he got? If not…you may need to work on your GMAT translation skills! Read more

### The WORST Mistake You Can Make in GMAT Studying

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Has this happened to you? You’re reviewing a practice test, and you look at a question you got wrong. “That was just a stupid mistake,” you say, “I should have gotten that one right. I’ll get it next time.” Read more

### How To Learn From Your Errors

When I make an error, I get excited. Seriously “ you should be excited when you make errors, too. I know that I’m about to learn something and get better, and that’s definitely worth getting excited!

Errors can come in several different forms: careless errors, content errors, and technique errors. We’re going to discuss something critical today: how to *learn* from your errors so that you don’t continue to make the same mistakes over and over again. First, let’s define these different error types.

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