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GMAT Mythbuster #3

GMAT Mythbuster #3

Myth: The verbal section is more important than the quant section, because more people do well on the quant section, so a high verbal score will have greater impact on your score.

Fact: Schools look at your individual section scores as well as your overall score, and ideal candidate will have a balanced, high score; in some cases, schools are particularly concerned with a candidate’s quantitative abilities, as business school curriculum often requires strong math skills.

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GMAT Mythbuster #2

GMAT Mythbuster #2

As businessman extraordinaire Michael Scott said of Wikipedia, “anyone, anywhere can say whatever they want about any topic, so you know you’re getting the best possible information.” Such is life in the Internet age, in which the line between truth and fiction can often become blurred as rumors spread quickly and authoritatively at the speed of broadband.

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GMAT Mythbuster #1

GMAT Mythbuster #1

(We’ll take a break from our normal “GMAT Tip of the Week” series to present something new from the GMAT team here at Veritas Prep. We call it… GMAT Mythbusters! Over the next few weeks we’ll dispel some of the most common misconceptions about the dreaded Graduate Management Admission Test.)

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