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Executive Assessment Course for MBA Program Applications: Exam and Preparation overview

This article gives an overview of all the things you need to know for your preparation for the Executive Assessment exam. The course is tailored exclusively to this unique executive assessment. This article analyses how this exam is structured, what…

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The Differences Between GMAT and Executive Assessment

The GMAT and executive assessment are exams that were created to test the skills needed for anyone seeking to be successful in the business world. The examinations’ primary focus is to test a person’s critical thinking, use of logic, and…

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GMAT Dense Reading Comprehension

Many GMAT test-takers find this to be one of the least favorite areas in the GMAT EXAM; however, it is entirely possible to score well in this kind of question with a little practice. This article suggests some tactics that,…

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GMAT Math Concepts: Inequalities

What are inequalities? Inequalities are some of the more algebraically complex concepts. Inequalities can be defined as statements that show values that are greater or lesser than other values. The open end of the inequality sign(<) will always face the…

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GMAT Sentence Corrections: Sentence structure

Before we can understand sentence structure, we must first understand what a sentence is. We can start by asking, “What makes a sentence a sentence?”  What are the components of a complete sentence? Subject – This is the main actor…

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GMAT Analytical Writing Assessment

Also called the GMAT Essay, the Analytical Writing Assessment(AWA) overall is a single task, which is to evaluate an argument. You will have a total of 30 minutes to consider the argument, write your essay, and finally proof your essay….

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GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section: Multi-Source Reasoning

Multi-source reasoning questions in the integrated reasoning section are some of the most unique questions in the entire GMAT exam. The integrated reasoning section has 12 questions. Usually, three of these make one set of multi-source reasoning questions. In a…

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GMAT Data Sufficiency Word problems

Of the 31 questions you will come across in the quantitative reasoning section of the GMAT exam, at least 50% will be data sufficiency questions. This means that there will be 15 to 16 data sufficiency questions in any quantitative…

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GMAT Problem Solving & Data Sufficiency Math: Number Properties

Number Properties is one of the foundational concepts of the GMAT quantitative reasoning section. Some of the concepts this article covers are very simple, and some people may even consider them obvious yet they aren’t so obvious to everyone. It…

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GMAT Problem Solving: Technical Mathematics

While there are several ways of solving mathematical problems in the quantitative reasoning section of the GMAT, a time comes when the only reasonable tactic is technical mathematics. If you see a clearly technical math problem where no information is…

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