As we mentioned before in our OG2015 review on Amazon, the book is exactly the same as the OG13 edition. What about the 2016 edition of the Official Guide? Which ones are the new questions? Here are the new questions Problem Solving: 1, 2, 3, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 25, 27, 30, […]
Effective July 19, 2015, GMAT Test takers will now be able to remove cancelled GMAT scores from their Official GMAT Score Report. And retakes are now possible after 16 days rather than 31 days. Previously, when you finish taking the GMAT exam at the test center, your score will show up. At this instance, you […]
So you got a hold of the new Official Guide 2016 edition released in June of 2015 and you’re looking for the link for the online component. Well, you’ve come to the right place. As you may know, we’ve previously reviewed GMAC’s Official Guide to the GMAT 13th edition (OG13) with 5 stars a few […]
As of today, July 7 – the OG 2015 or 14th edition is available on Amazon here. The publication date says July 8 — though the link is currently available the day before. We took a look at the ebook version — and the questions basically remain the same as the OG13 — at least […]
Almost all GMAT questions fall into one of these frameworks Each framework can apply to multiple variations of the same type of question Frameworks help you approach questions in a way that can be replicated over and over again
Previously, the GMAT Pill HD app for Android was only compatible for Android smartphones. Now, GMAT PILL is proud to announce that the new “GMAT PILL HD+” Android app replaces the older version. The new version will be compatible with all major Android devices including: Samsung S3/S4 Samsung Galaxy Note Google Nexus Tablet Samsung Galaxy […]
While our GMAT PILL products are most known for the quality of our verbal course videos and question explanation walkthroughs, our quant course is equally versatile. Anders – a student who improved his Q35 quant score to a Q44 within just a few months — is a perfect example of the power of GMAT PILL’s […]
This is a guest post. Some mistakes are bound to happen when taking the three hour and thirty minute GMAT, but you could minimize them if you thoroughly prepare. Think of the GMAT not as a test but as a process that requires planning, time and focus. How much time should you study? According to […]
In the past, we’ve written about how McKinsey consultants have been using GMAT PILL to ace the GMAT. Well, in continuation with the management consulting theme, today we have consultants from Bain and Company. Congrats to yet another Bain consultant for scoring 99th percentile with GMAT PILL!! Mr. Bain #2 scored a 760 (Q49, V45) […]
What can we derive from a year of statistics about how Bschools factor IR scores into admission? Among a sample size of 196,712 scores, the average (mean) IR score is roughly 4.34 / 8.00 with a standard deviation of 2.1 95% of all scores lay within 2 standard deviations (2* 2.1) above and below of […]
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