## Tag: b-school

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##### Take a GMAT Selfie
Take a candid look at the areas on the GMAT where you struggle
##### GMAT Tip: Understanding Rate Problems
A single tough rate problem can wreak havoc on your GMAT score, but not if you understand the basics
##### GMAT Tip: Dealing With Functions
Three simple rules will remove a lot of the confusion surrounding algebraic functions
##### GMAT Tip: Strategies for Data Sufficiency Questions
These two strategies for answering GMAT data sufficiency questions will help on test day, and neither requires much math
• ###### GMAT Test Tips from Veritas Prep
Unlike the SAT, the GMAT feeds you new questions based on how well you answered previous ones
##### GMAT Tip: Avoiding a Common Critical Reasoning Trap
The GMAT's "plan/strategy" questions trip up test-takers more often than most. Here's a tip for making sure that doesn't happen to you
##### GMAT Tip: Becoming a Sentence-Correction Pro
A key clue to GMAT sentence-correction questions is often hidden in plain sight—as an humble pronoun
##### GMAT Tip: The Weighted-Average Tug of War
To solve the GMAT's weighted-average problems, just think back to a game you played in third-grade gym class
##### GMAT Tip: Data-Sufficiency Land Mines
There are only two ways to go wrong on data-sufficiency questions; for smart test-takers, that poses a big opportunity
##### GMAT Tip: Tackling Yes/No Data-Sufficiency Questions
To answer these deceptively simple questions, test-takers should follow this strategy to get to NY (no/yes)

##### GMAT Tip: Understanding Rate Problems
A single tough rate problem can wreak havoc on your GMAT score, but not if you understand the basics
##### GMAT Tip: Becoming a Sentence-Correction Pro
A key clue to GMAT sentence-correction questions is often hidden in plain sight—as an humble pronoun
##### GMAT Tip: Strategies for Data Sufficiency Questions
These two strategies for answering GMAT data sufficiency questions will help on test day, and neither requires much math
• ###### GMAT Test Tips from Veritas Prep
Unlike the SAT, the GMAT feeds you new questions based on how well you answered previous ones
##### GMAT Tip: The Weighted-Average Tug of War
To solve the GMAT's weighted-average problems, just think back to a game you played in third-grade gym class
##### GMAT Tip: Data-Sufficiency Land Mines
There are only two ways to go wrong on data-sufficiency questions; for smart test-takers, that poses a big opportunity
##### GMAT Tip: Tackling Yes/No Data-Sufficiency Questions
To answer these deceptively simple questions, test-takers should follow this strategy to get to NY (no/yes)