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##### GMAT Tip: The Process of Elimination
After you've eliminated most of the answer choices, deciding between the final two is a matter of focus
##### GMAT Tip: Defeating the Romans
Choosing the single best answer to the GMAT's Roman numeral questions is often as easy as drawing a diagram
##### Women in Business School: Why So Few?
With few exceptions, business schools are making little progress recruiting women for MBA programs
##### MBA Applications Submitted. Now What?
While waiting to hear back from B-schools, here are a few productive activities to pass the time
##### 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: Mastering Inequality Problems
Inequality questions are easier to solve if you follow three simple rules
##### GMAT Tip: Tackling Data-Sufficiency Questions
Data sufficiency questions resemble riddles that require test-takers to answer with the least amount of information possible. Here's how to approach them
##### GMAT Tip: Picking Numbers for Unknown Quantities
For some GMAT questions, the best first step is simply to plug an arbitrary number into the equation
##### GMAT Tip: Cracking the 'Bolded Statement' Code
Bolded statement questions require GMAT test-takers to understand the relationship between two statements. This simple approach can help
##### MBA Admissions Consultants: Worth the Investment?
Admissions consultants may help applicants navigate the MBA application process, but they are ultimately unnecessary
##### GMAT Tip: Put Sentence-Correction Questions on a Diet
To make GMAT sentence-correction questions easier, follow this simple three-step process: Simplify, simplify, simplify
##### Tippie's Twitter Essay: An MBA Admissions Experiment Gone Awry
Replacing the admissions essay with a tweet seemed like a great way for applicants to demonstrate their personalities, but it didn't work out that way
##### GMAT Tip: The 90-Day GMAT Study Plan
If your goal is a 700+ score and admission to a top business school, plan to set aside at least three months for GMAT preparation
##### Selectivity, Yield, and MBA Admissions Math
Selectivity at some top business schools can be terrifyingly high, but your chances of getting into one may be better than you think