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Does the Integrated Reasoning section on the GMAT matter?

  The Integrated Reasoning section of the GMAT was added when the GMAT introduced the computer adaptive test (CAT) exam. This is a 30-minute, 12-question section that tests your ability to use information from several sources to answer questions that … Continue reading

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How many times can I take the GMAT?

  For most tests, the more times you take the exam, the better your score gets, and this often is the case with the GMAT. But, there are several things that will limit the number of times that you can … Continue reading

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What is a CAT exam?

One of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of the computerized GMAT exam is its adaptive questioning and scoring system, known as CAT. Short for Computerized Adaptive Testing, CAT is a system designed to continually assess the test-taker’s aptitude and adjust … Continue reading

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What is a CAT exam?

As the name suggests, a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) is a test that is administered through a computer rather than on pencil and paper. But CATs like the GMAT are a bit more complex than their pencil-and-paper counterparts. Let’s look … Continue reading

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Univ. Rochester: What is a good GMAT score to get into the Simon Graduate School of Business at the University of Rochester?

Simon Graduate School of Business – University of Rochester “Simon is a place to stand up and stand out—a place that will leave an impression on you for the rest of your life.” Quick facts: Location:  Rochester, NY Size: 293 … Continue reading

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Univ. Illinois: What is a good GMAT score to get into the College of Business at the University of Illinois?

College of Business at the University of Illinois “Why Illinois? Because our MBA program offers not only what you need, but also what you want.” Quick facts: Location:  Champaign, Illinois Size: 226 enrolled Average age of new entrants: 27 Tuition: … Continue reading

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Boston College: What is a good GMAT score to get into the Carroll School of Management at Boston College?

Carroll School of Management – Boston College “The Carroll School of Management provides undergraduate and graduate management education attuned to the needs of today’s business world. Aligned with the philosophy of Boston College, we develop leaders and managers who bring … Continue reading

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USC-Davis: What is a good GMAT score to get into the University of California Davis Graduate School of Management?

University of California Davis Graduate School of Management “The School offers an interactive and collaborative learning environment distinguished by world-class faculty members renowned for their research and teaching, highly selective admissions, innovative and entrepreneurial students, and prime locations in Northern … Continue reading

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Washington Univ.: What is a good GMAT score to get into the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington?

University of Washington Foster School of Business “The Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington is the second oldest institution of management education on the West Coast and consistently ranks among the top business schools in … Continue reading

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Quantitative Reasoning Example Problem #7

If a = (b+c)/e, then c = a. (a-b)e b. ae – b c. (ae)/b d. (b+a)/e e. (a/e) – b In this question, you are solving for c. To solve for c you must first isolate it. These types … Continue reading

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