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OG13 Tracker from GMAT Pill

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Like this? Forward to a friend! Launch OG13 Tracker (FREE) Official Guide (OG13) Tracker from GMAT Pill Studying from the Official Guide? Record your responses online and track your performance. Doing well on the GMAT is all about identifying which questions you are getting wrong, understanding them, and constantly revisiting them until you master them. […]

More than vs Greater than and Less than vs Fewer than

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“MORE/GREATER/FEWER/LESS than” What’s the difference? When are we supposed to use “more than” and when are we supposed to use “greater than”? What about “fewer than” or “less than”? Is there a difference? Yes. The answer partially lies in whether something is COUNTABLE or NOT COUNTABLE The 3 Rules for MORE/GREATER/LESS/FEWER than… 1) If COUNTABLE […]

GMAT Pill Review from Harsh: 720 (Q49, V39)

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Hey guys! This is Harsh Sundani from North Carolina. I recently took my GMAT and scored a 720 (Q49, V39). I just wanted to make this short video and say thank you GMAT Pill, Zeke, and his team. Initially when I was signing up for GMAT, I was looking for online tutoring for something that […]

More “Helps Explain” Questions on GMAT CR

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Growing Emphasis on “Helps Explain” Every few years the GMAT makes some slight changes to the GMAT Exam. Yes, the new IR section launched in 2012 but there are still some slight changes to questions on the regular sections that you should be aware of. Since the OG12 and OG13 books contain questions that are […]

GMATPrep Software Analysis – What if ???

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We’ve been getting reports of GMATPrep software score testing from a variety of sources and have tested these with our staff. We thought we’d share the general insights we’ve found. Keep in mind the test is adaptive in nature. If you get lots of questions correct in a row, then you will likely be given […]

Strategy for Bold-faced GMAT Questions

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Students facing the Critical Reasoning section of the GMAT exam often ask for more practice with “Bold-faced Questions.” These questions comprise only a fraction of the questions you’ll see on the exam (less than 8%) – but somehow students who are stumped on these types of questions tend to get all of them wrong. So […]

Prime Numbers: Know the pitfalls for the GMAT

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Prime numbers are the funny numbers – and the GMAT always throws some question related to prime numbers on their exam. When you hear “prime number” – you should be thinking firstly about these numbers: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23 Then, you should be thinking about the properties of these numbers […]

Sum of Sequence: Consecutive Integers and Multiples

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Sum of sequences are inevitable on the GMAT Exam. Between Arithmetic and Geometric sequences, you only need to know sum of sequences for Arithmetic sequences. These are the sequences where the numbers in the sequence are separated by a fixed value. That means you either add or subtract a fixed value from one number to […]

Tackling Absolute Inequalities

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Absolute Inequalities will appear on the GMAT Exam – specifically on the Data Sufficiency section of the quant section. The other quant section (Problem Solving) does not really have many questions targeted specifically at absolute inequalities. It is primarily a Data Sufficiency-only topic and often involves trial and error, plugging in numbers, and then testing […]

Answer GMAT Questions – Get Paid

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Yup, we’re hiring. Or maybe not “hiring,” but “looking for contributors” since you’ll be working with us, not for us. As you may know, we are getting many student questions on our Practice Pill Platform and are looking for qualified GMAT gurus to help out answering questions. Position: GMAT Pill Associate Instructor As more people […]

Stanford MBA Becomes Most Expensive MBA Program In The World (2013)

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The Priciest Business School Program In The World: Stanford MBA The very high prices of top MBA schools are getting even higher. Within just two years time, Stanford’s estimation for the attendance cost has gone up from $166,812 to $185,054, surpassing that of Columbia Business School and University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. Columbia […]

Taking the GMAT – A “Call Option” On Your Future Career

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Not sure about taking the GMAT? Not sure about Business School? It’s still worth it to take the GMAT exam – according to our guest author today. Aspiring career professionals often look to business school to change careers for a better job/pay, or to climb the corporate ladder. But to get to business school, the […]


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