Eliza Chute

NOTHING! You are not allowed to bring anything into the test except your identification. What about a Calculator? During the Integrated Reasoning section and ONLY the Integrated Reasoning section, you are provided with a calculator on your test computer.  The calculations you will have to do on the IR section are much more difficult, so [...]

The GMAT is a computer adaptive, four part test with 2 optional breaks. It looks like this: Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes) Integrated Reasoning (30 minutes) Optional Break (8 minutes) Quantitative Section (75 minutes) Optional Break (8 minutes) Verbal Section (75 minutes) What does the timing mean for studying? It’s a marathon, not a [...]

You will receive a series of sentence correction questions that have one sentence with a portion underlined.  The answers listed are to replace the underlined portion.  If the sentence is correct as is, then the correct answer is A.  A is ALWAYS  the underlined section unchanged.  If there is something wrong with the original sentence [...]

Data Sufficiency is a little more complicated than problem solving.  In a data sufficiency problem, you are given some information and a question and you have to figure out IF the problem can be solved based on that information. Let’s look at an example with the same problem: Jeb and Carla start at opposite ends [...]

You will be given a passage containing an argument and then asked to analyze or complete that argument.  The first step to answering a critical reasoning question on the GMAT is reading the question.  Read the question before reading the passage, so that you know which components of the argument to identify.  The GMAT will ask [...]

Of the total 37 questions on the quant section, you will see two different kinds: problem solving and data sufficiency.  You have probably seen problem solving type problems all throughout studying math in school.  These types of questions simply lay out a problem for you to solve and give you 5 answer choices from which [...]

You will be given four reading passages: two long with 4 questions and two short with 3 questions each.  The passages range from one to four paragraphs in length. Even though you will be given multiple questions per passage, the questions will be presented to you one at a time and, like the other sections [...]

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