Hello again readers, and happy May Twentieth! In honor of that 2 in 5/20 (the day before The End of the World, of course), today’s post is dual-purposed in two ways: We have a GMAT challenge question and a GMAT tip of the week, and the GMAT tip of the week is actually two in one.
With this week’s Lance Armstrong news and this blog’s history of rolling cycling news into GMAT tip posts, it’s only natural that today’s GMAT tip will involve that news. We’ll reserve judgment on the Armstrong case, specifically, but let’s use the situation to talk about GMAT Critical Reasoning…
As Hip-Hop Month rolls along in the Veritas Prep GMAT Tip of the Week space, we’re once again struck by how Lil Wayne has seemingly adopted the full persona of the GMAT for many of his recent tracks. As we noted earlier this year, his hit Right Above It includes several hints almost directly quoted from a GMAT test-writer, and if you listen closely Weezy is doing more of the same in his current radio single 6 Foot 7 Foot.
Welcome back to Baseball Month in the GMAT Tip of the Week space, where we sincerely apologize to Bostonians for
Throughout the United States this fall, all eyes are on January: the news networks are abuzz over the question of
Happy Thanksgiving! Hopefully today you are enjoying good food and good company (and copious amounts of both). Even if you’re not in the United States, we hope you are eating well and enjoying the company the others!
So you have a few more days to commit to your New Year’s Resolution, and if you’re like most people
In this week’s GMAT Tip, our instructor shows how thinking about the test as a whole can accelerate your understanding of its individual parts, and more importantly how that can help you study efficiently and effectively.
Kanye has some good advice for you — learn to crawl before you ball on the GMAT. Do not neglect a deep conceptual understanding of the core GMAT content and strategy in order to foolishly chase the fleeting hard problems.
We’re back with another GMAT Tip of the week for Hip Hop Month – with a side note that an eye for the number line should show you that this looks to be a Hip Hop month for the ages with five Fridays!
Greetings, readers, and welcome back to a second round of Hip Hop Month in the Veritas Prep Blog’s Tip of
Welcome back to Hip Hop Month in the GMAT Tip of the Week space, where 3-13 isn’t just a day
Time management is a critical part of the GMAT, and you can learn from Fisticuffs’ mistake that even the greatest among us will look foolish if we take too long to get down to business.
As Hip Hop Month draws to a close in the GMAT Tip of the Week space, it’s time to pass
Happy New Year! If you’re reading this on January 9, our publication date, and your New Year’s Resolution is still
In a time-honored tradition here at Veritas Prep, March is Hip Hop Month in the GMAT Tip of the Week
As we wrote in this space about six weeks ago in a post entitled Five Things You Can Do Now
On our final Friday of Hip Hop Month here in the “GMAT Tip of the Week” space, let’s take a
The GMAT is hard enough as it is, but like Scarface said it’s even more messed up when your mind is playing tricks on you. So let’s examine several ways in which the your mind can play tricks on you on the GMAT:
As English is universally considered as the most important language in all of the business world – after all, that’s all we know here in the U.S.! – it is crucial for anyone interested in even trace levels of business success to have fully mastered the idiomatic subtleties of the nuanced English language.