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GMAT Prep – Data Sufficiency 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 (…)

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GMAT Practice – Data Sufficiency 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 (…)

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GMAT Critical Reasoning – Weakening Questions vs. Strengthening 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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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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Step-by-Step Guide to an MBA (Part 2)

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Step 4: Application Components Although there are many components to an application, the following are common concerns for applicants and admissions committee members. ·  Essay. Tell your story honestly and with humanity while always answering the question. Describe your teamwork (…)

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

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Why Discovering Your Specific Personality Type Will help you Maximize Your Learning Potential in College The transition from high school to college can often be very difficult, particularly in the classroom.  College professors are more demanding and offer fewer opportunities (…)

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Quick Tips on Test Prep From Atlanta

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Our top dog in Atlanta offers these quick tips to test prep students. 1. Know Your Weaknesses Take practice tests and analyze your results to pinpoint your weak areas for improvement. 2. Break Down Questions Break down complicated questions into (…)

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Pittsburgh’s Most Valuable Teacher…

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Meet Pittsburgh’s MVT, Bill R. GMAT & GRE Bill R. brings that special combination of superior test taking skills and teaching experience to his students. He graduated from Texas A&M with a degree in electrical engineering and earned his MBA (…)

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Achieve Your Highest Possible Score—Getting the Most Out of Your Test Prep Class

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Taking a test prep course may help you get into the university or graduate school of your dreams.  However, if you’re not taking the necessary steps to ensure that you are retaining everything you’ve learned, those classes may be a waste (…)

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Manhattan Elite Prep is a multi-national test prep, Graduate School, Law School, College Admission Advisors, and a Career Training provider with a focus on the GMAT, MBA, TOEFL, GRE, LSAT, SAT/ACT, MCAT.


Manhattan Elite Prep is a multi-national test prep, Graduate School, Law School, College Admission Advisors, and a Career Training provider with a focus on the GMAT, MBA, TOEFL, GRE, LSAT, SAT/ACT, MCAT.
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