# The GRE Exam for Law School?

Update: On August 7, 2017, Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law and Georgetown Law also announced that they will begin

“Trust, but Verify” is an important piece of advice for diplomatic relations. It seems a contradiction at first: if you

# Why You Felt Good on the GMAT Quant Section but Didn’t Score Well

This is a problem that I have seen many times before. It leaves students bewildered because all of the signs

# How Can I Improve My Focus on the GMAT?

A student recently asked, “How do I learn to focus long enough to make my study sessions worthwhile? While studying

# 4 Things You Control on GMAT Test Day

I recently had the chance to answer a question about overcoming Test Anxiety on the GMAT. The test-taker wanted to

# Find Out How Algebra Could Be Your Key to Success on the GMAT Quant Section

If you want to bring your “A Game” on the Quant section you need to be very comfortable with Algebra.

# 5 Errors to Look For in Sentence Correction Questions on the GMAT

I recently received the following question from a student. “I often get into trouble with ambiguous pronouns. If it is

# This is the Difference Between a 600 and a 700 GMAT Score

I recently responded to a student who said that he was “not convinced” by the official answer to an official

# What The Big Bang Theory Can Teach You about the GMAT Super Power You Didn’t Know You Had

In this series we return to classic movies (and TV shows!) to learn fundamental strategies for GMAT Success. My friends

# The Most Efficient Way to Study Least Common Multiples on the GMAT

I recently had a student write in to ask me, “Can you explain to me the reasoning behind the Least

# Looking for Similar Triangles on the GMAT

Our Geometry book discusses the various rules we use to recognize similar triangles such as SSS, AA, SAS and RHS

# GMAT at the Movies: What Austin Powers Can Teach You about Similar Triangles

In this series we return to classic movies to learn fundamental strategies for GMAT Success. In the Austin Powers movies

# GMAT at the Movies: Diagnosis and Surgery of GMAT Problems with Doc Hollywood

In this series we return to classic movies to learn fundamental strategies for GMAT Success. There are two facets to

# What to Avoid and What to Focus on in GMAT Reading Comprehension

In this series we return to classic movies to learn fundamental strategies for GMAT Success. “A man and a woman

# 4 Practical Suggestions to Avoid Multitasking and Raise Your GMAT Score

In the first two parts of this article we learned that multitasking causes a host of problems that can be particularly

Do you “multitask”?  Probably you do.  A survey showed that “the top 25 percent of Stanford students use four or

# How Physical Exercise Can Help Control Your GMAT Test Anxiety

In the first part of this article we discussed recent research indicating that exercise is the only way to create

# How Exercise Can Increase Your GMAT Score

You may not know it yet, but there are simple things that you can do right now, that will help

# What Do Relatives and Sentence Correction Have in Common on the GMAT?

The holiday season is upon us in much of the world, and in the U.S. there is a special holiday

# Hidden Mirrors and Broken Mirrors in Data Sufficiency on the GMAT

Last week, we introduced the idea of “mirroring” in data sufficiency, and this week we’ll continue on that subject and

# How to Raise Your GMAT Score with the Data Sufficiency Mirroring Technique

In the Veritas Prep Data Sufficiency book, we have a section called the “Data Sufficiency Toolkit.” This toolkit contains a

# Critical Reasoning on the AWA Section of the GMAT

Have you taken the time to really read the Directions for AWA Analysis of an Argument? The directions read like

# Ask Dr. David: Low GMAT Verbal Score

A student recently asked me how she could have gotten such a low score on the verbal section when the

# Ask Dr. David: Sugary Snacks and Higher GMAT Scores

I have been asked many times what type of snack to have and whether or not caffeine was a good

# Ask Dr. David: Critical Reasoning in the Eyes of an Expert

“How can I improve my Critical Reasoning ability?” is a common question for any GMAT instructor, but particularly for our

# Think You Made a Mistake? Part II: Bad Errors on the GMAT

Today’s post comes from New England-based instructor, David Newland. Before reading, be sure to check out Part I from last week! Last

# Think You Made a Mistake? Good Errors on the GMAT

Today’s guest post comes from New England-based instructor David Newland. David has been teaching for Veritas Prep since 2006, and

# GMAT Gurus Speak Out: The Five Criteria of Sentence Correction

Today’s guest post comes from New England-based instructor David Newland. David has been teaching for Veritas Prep since 2006, and

# Running Out of Time at the End of the Test?

Today’s guest post comes from New England-based instructor David Newland. David has been teaching for Veritas Prep since 2006, and

# GMAT Gurus Speak Out: What’s Your Secret for GMAT Success?

What does it take to be successful on the GMAT? What habits do successful test takers employ? Well, we asked Veritas Prep instructors worldwide to see what they had to

# GMAT Tip of the Week: Fall in Love with the Correct Data Sufficiency Answer, Bachelor-Style

You need to be just like the Bachelor — not with people that you date but with the statements on Data Sufficiency! While you are evaluating statement 1 that should be were your attention is focused. This usually is not a problem for test takers.

# GMAT Tip of the Week: Laughter Is the Best Medicine for a Low GMAT Score

Today Veritas Prep GMAT prep instructor extraordinaire Davis Newland provides some insights on overcoming anxiety on test day. Read on… This is really interesting advice that can significantly improve your performance and help you reach your maximum potential on the GMAT!

# GMAT Tip of the Week: Why New York is Simply Not Sufficient

I am writing this from New England — Vermont to be precise –so maybe you think that I am a bit biased as far as the Super Bowl goes. But I KNOW that I am biased when it comes to my LOVE for Data Sufficiency. That love is pure and ever-lasting.

# GMAT Tip of the Week: Use It Or Lose It

November already?! Although it seems like just yesterday it was spring, we’ve already sprung past Halloween and the marketing world

# Five Tips for the GMAT Self-Study Student

While Veritas Prep is obviously in the business of getting paid to provide GMAT preparation services, we know that a

# Introducing Our New GMAT Essentials Course!

For the past eight years we have helped tens of thousands of students prepare for the GMAT. Not only have