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Special Assumption Questions – GMAT Critical Reasoning Prep

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Manhattan Elite Prep’s origin can be traced to an Ivy-League classroom in 1996. Since the inception, we have grown into a multi-national firm, focusing on helping you achieve the highest GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, SAT, LSAT & MCAT scores with the least (…)

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Analyzing the GMAT

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The GMAT is really a Trojan horse. On the outside, it looks like a test of numbers and verbal ability, but really, it’s a test that goes beyond knowledge, skills and intelligence. It’s meant to test your character – how (…)

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GMAT Verbal Tips – Sentence Correction & Idioms

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Grammatically, certain phrases have similar functions and meanings, but one is truly idiomatic and the other is not. Here’s an example: What we do this weekend depends on whether it is raining. What we do this weekend depends on if (…)

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GMAT Sentence Correction Gone Wrong

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There are three types of wrong answers when it comes to Sentence Correction: 1. Well, I figured I got that one wrong.  That was tricky. 2. Oh, is that so?  I’ve got to study that concept, there. 3. What?!? That’s (…)

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GMAT Prep – Critical Reasoning and Formal Logic

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Anyone can tell you that Critical Reasoning helps to measure your logical thinking skills.  What you may not know is that the formal logic required to truly becoming a master of this question type originated in part with Aristotle, and (…)

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GMAT Prep – Rate Problems

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Rate problems are very prevalent on the Quantitative section of the GMAT exam. They are also present in Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving as well, but to a lesser extent. The majority of rate problems require solid proficiency in ratio (…)

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12 Steps to Achieving a Top GMAT Math Score

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1.) Start with the basics: memorize all the glossaries and formulae until they are second nature. 2.) Formulate a plan with dedicated math hours per day, per week, per topic and per test category. 3.) Practice with each separate and (…)

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Why does Data Sufficiency make good test takers so nervous?!

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It’s true that Data Sufficiency questions are unique, in their own way, and most likely quite different from anything you’ve ever seen before. The concepts being tested in Data Sufficiency questions are not only purely mathematical, but logical as well. (…)

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GMAT Critical Reasoning – Method of Reasoning Practice Questions

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Manhattan Elite Prep’s origin can be traced to an Ivy-League classroom in 1996. Since the inception, we have grown into a multi-national firm, focusing on helping you achieve the highest GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, SAT, LSAT & MCAT scores with the least (…)

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Why Should GRE Students Pay Attention to Their MBTI Personality Type?

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Myers-Briggs proposed that an individual’s psychological type is related to aptitude and achievement. People who preferred introversion and intuition showed greater academic aptitude than those who preferred extraversion and sensing.  Extraverts were more frequent than introverts in the gifted population. (…)

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