### Here’s How to Make a Great Guess on a GRE Quant Problem

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Imagine this: you’re at the end of a GRE Quant section, and you have three minutes left. You’ve marked a couple of problems, using the “Good, Bad, and Ugly” technique. Unfortunately, when you look through those problems, there aren’t any that you know you could solve within three minutes. So, what do you do? You’re going to have to guess. Read more

### Introducing the NEW Manhattan Prep GRE® Study App

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### 7 Ways to Avoid Careless GRE Math Errors

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There’s nothing wrong with making GRE math errors because the problem is too hard. That’s just the way that the test is designed—there are Quant questions on the GRE that will challenge even the mathematical geniuses among us. However, it’s much more frustrating to miss a problem that you could’ve gotten right, just because you made a silly mistake. Try out the following tips to cut down on careless GRE math errors. Read more

### GRE Math for People Who Hate Math: A Gentle Introduction to GRE Divisibility Problems

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*12 is divisible by 3*. *24,700 is a multiple of 100. x/15 is an integer*. *6 is a factor of 17k*. All of this language — divisible, multiple, integer, factor — signals that you’re about to begin a divisibility problem. Do you find these problems intimidating? Do you sometimes have no idea where to start? If so, this article offers a simple, painless way of thinking about divisibility that you can use on a wide range of GRE problems. Read more

### GRE Smart Books with Neil: A Mind for Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even if you Flunked Algebra) by Barbara Oakley – Part 2

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Hi, my name is Neil, and I’m a chronic procrastinator. And if you’re reading this, chances are, so are you. Read more