# Tag Archives: GMAT examples

## Quantitative Reasoning Example Problem #6

If y=3x + 2 and y = -4 – 6x, what is the value of y? The first step to answering this question is to recognize these equations are equal; both equations equal y, therefore each equation equals the other: … Continue reading

## GMAT Quantitative Reasoning #5

“The GMAT Project” intends to ensure its readers are well prepared for all aspects of the GMAT. If you follow our weekly postings of example problems and solutions, we expect you to be more prepared than ever to not only succeed on the … Continue reading

## GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Example Problem

“The GMAT Project” intends to ensure its readers are well prepared for all aspects of the GMAT. If you follow our weekly postings of example problems and solutions, we expect you to be more prepared than ever to not only succeed on … Continue reading

## GMAT Verbal: Sentence Correction Example Problem #9

Here at the GMAT Project, we know a thorough knowledge of English grammar is essential to excelling on the GMAT, especially when it comes to Sentence Correction questions. These questions present you with a sentence in which a portion of … Continue reading

## Grammar Crammer: Sequence of Tenses

You may not realize how important the sequence of tenses is. Tenses help us differentiate when and how things happen. Has something already happened, is it currently happening, or will it happen in the future? Will it happen before a … Continue reading

## GMAT Quantitative Reasoning: Data Sufficiency Example Problem #2

“The GMAT Project” intends to ensure its readers are well prepared for all aspects of the GMAT. If you follow our weekly postings of example problems and solutions, we expect you to be more prepared than ever to not only succeed on … Continue reading

## GMAT Quantitative Reasoning: Data Sufficiency Example Problem #1

“The GMAT Project” intends to ensure its readers are well prepared for all aspects of the GMAT. If you follow our weekly postings of example problems and solutions, we expect you to be more prepared than ever to not only succeed on the … Continue reading

## GMAT Verbal: Sentence Correction Example Problem #7

Problem: Like many self-taught artists, Perle Hessing did not begin to paint until she was well into middle age. (A) Like (B) As have (C) Just as with (D) Just like (E) As did Solution: Grammar Rule Tested: Like vs. … Continue reading

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## GMAT Verbal: Sentence Correction Example Problem #5

Problem: The root systems of most flowering perennials either become too crowded, which results in loss in vigor, and spread too far outward, producing a bare center. (A) which results in loss in vigor, and spread (B) resulting in loss … Continue reading

## GMAT Verbal: Sentence Correction Example Problem #6

Problem: In contrast to large steel plants that take iron ore through all the steps needed to produce several different kinds of steel, processing steel scrap into a specialized group of products has enabled small mills to put capital into … Continue reading

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