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To Retake or Not to Retake?

Few people leave GMAT test centers thrilled with their score. But, that does not necessarily mean it is time to start studying again. Here are a few factors to consider before logging back into Clemmonsdogpark: 1. How far off is your score? If you scored within 20 points of your GMAT practice tests, it is unlikely […]

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GMAT Tip: Timing Strategies

Guest post by Kevin at You’ve memorized your idioms and number properties, practiced negating assumption after assumption and you’re all set with sets. When it comes down to taking a timed exam, however, your preparation doesn’t seem to pay off. Sound familiar? If you have a hard time getting your head into the exam […]

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Danger! Little-Known GMAT Idiom Spotted

To be enamored means to be in love with or to really like something. So which of the following is the correct idiomatic usage? He was so enamored of/by/with beagles that he volunteered to adopt unwanted beagles from the dog kennel. Two of the above are appropriate. Indeed, all three prepositions could work, however one […]

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GMAT Strategy: The Something Method

Turning complex problems into simpler ones is a key to success on the GMAT. Often, you will be confronted with a time-consuming difficult problem. If you can find a way to break it down, you will not only get the right answer, but you will also save time. In the video and example below, we […]

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GMAT Quant Strategy: U-Substitution

Finding ways to turn complex problems into simple ones is a valuable skill when taking the GMAT. U-substitution is a technique that can help accomplish this. It will save you time and decrease the likelihood that you will make a mistake. In the following video and example, we examine u-substitution in more detail. Below is […]

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