## Tag: standardized testing

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##### Who's Afraid of Integrated Reasoning? 48,000 Prospective B-School Students
New data from the Graduate Admission Management Council show that many would-be MBAs shunned the revamped GMAT in 2012-2013
##### GMAT Tip: Tackling Remainder Questions
GMAT remainder questions can seem devilishly difficult, but a simple strategy can help test takers answer them accurately and quickly
##### GMAT Tip: Integrated Reasoning
The GMAT's new Integrated Reasoning section may be a big change, but it employs many of the same skills used elsewhere in the test
##### GMAT Tip: Critical Reasoning
Critical reasoning questions are easier to master once you can see the goal post, such as strengthening the argument or drawing a conclusion
##### GMAT Tip: When Shortcuts Don't Work
Memorizing math rules to help you through the test is important, but so is knowing when to set them aside
##### GMAT Tip: Word Problems
GMAT word problems may seem infinite in variety, but applying a mere five strategies will help answer them all
##### GMAT Tip: That vs. Which
A lot of GMAT test-takers get tripped up by the correct usage of "that" and "which." You don't have to be one of them
##### GMAT Tip: Doing 'Mental Math'
To prepare for test day, exercise your mental "math muscle," use estimates where possible, and simplify complex calculations
##### GMAT Tip: Slow Down to Speed Up
A close reading of the question is critical to getting the answer right. Not understanding what the question is asking will result in wasted time…
##### GMAT Tip: When to Guess or Skip Questions
Research shows that guessing makes a lot of sense in the quantitative section of the GMAT, but not so much in the verbal section