# GMAT Tip of the Week: Whatever You Say I Am

It’s Hip Hop Month on the Veritas Prep blog, and no discussion of contemporary rap would be complete without mention

# Introducing Veritas Prep’s GMAT Prep Books!

We have big news to announce! Today, on our 8th birthday, we introduce our GMAT prep books for individual purchase!

# Five Reasons to Take the GMAT Early

With our full slate of March GMAT courses right around the corner, one of the most common questions we encounter

# GMAT Tip of the Week: Make 2016 The Year Of Number Fluency

Whether you were watching the College Football Playoffs or Ryan Seacrest; whether you were at a house party, in a nightclub,

# GMAT Tip of the Week: Your GMAT New Year’s Resolution

Happy New Year! If you’re reading this on January 1, 2016, chances are you’ve made your New Year’s resolution to

# Get Access to All GMAT Club Tests When You Enroll with Veritas Prep!

Starting January 26, when you enroll in a Veritas Prep GMAT prep course or MBA admissions consulting service through GMAT

# Parallel Reasoning Strategies: Part II

Frustrated by Parallel Reasoning questions, even after lots of practice? I don’t blame you! It’s tough to tackle 6 arguments

# SAT Tip of the Week: TRYangles!

Triangles are one of the first shapes that we learn in elementary school, and yet they are often the source

# How to Choose the Right Number for a GMAT Variable Problem

When you begin studying for the GMAT, you will quickly discover that most of the strategies are, on the surface,

# How to Use Difference of Squares to Beat the GMAT

In Michael Lewis’ Flashboys, a book about the hazards of high-speed trading algorithms, Lewis relates an amusing anecdote about a candidate

# Simplify Your Calculations on Data Sufficiency GMAT Questions

In a previous post, I emphasized the importance of minimizing the number of variables we assign when tackling word problems

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# GMAT Gurus Speak Out: Determining the Formula

On the surface, rate problems always seem like straight-forward problems. But when you actually sit down to work on them,

# BREAKING NEWS: The GMAT is Getting Shorter!

GMAC has announced that, beginning April 16, 2018, the GMAT exam will be 30 minutes shorter via the removal of

# GMAT Math Cheat Sheet: Formulas and Tips for Success

An individual who is creating a study plan for the GMAT knows that math must be a part of the

# What to Do When You Find a Weighted Average Question In the Verbal Section of the GMAT

Weighted averages show up everywhere on the GMAT. Most test-takers are prepared to see them on the Quantitative Section, but

# How to Avoid Trap Answers On GMAT Data Sufficiency Questions

When I’m not teaching GMAT classes or writing posts for our fine blog, I am, unfortunately, writing fiction. Anyone who

# Breaking Down Changes in the New Official GMAT Practice Tests: Unit Conversions in Shapes

Recently, GMAC released two more official practice tests. Though the GMAT is not going to test completely new concepts – if

# Are There Set Rules for Answering GMAT Sentence Correction Questions?

The other day I was working with a tutoring student on Sentence Correction when she expressed some understandable frustration: when

# Select Your Section Order on the New GMAT

Good news! Starting July 11, 2017 the GMAT will allow you to select the order in which you take the