## Articles by Stacey Koprince

#### Executive Assessment: Quant Strategies for Faster Solutions – Part 1

The Executive Assessment (EA) shares a lot of roots with the GMAT, GMAC’s flagship graduate business school exam. The Quant section covers almost all of the same material and uses the same question types, and the … Read More

#### Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions – Part 6

Welcome to the sixth installment of Fast Math for the EA! If you’re just joining us now, head back to the first part and work your way back here. We’re going to try another type of Integrated Reasoning (IR) problem … Read More

#### Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions – Part 5

Welcome to the fifth installment of Fast Math for the EA! If you’re just joining us now, head back to the first part and work your way back here. So far, we’ve done problems that are found in the Quant section of the … Read More

#### Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions – Part 4

Welcome to the fourth installment of Fast Math for the EA! If you’re just joining us now, head back to the first part and work your way back here. I have two more problems for you from the official free practice set … Read More

#### Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions – Part 3

Welcome to the third installment of Fast Math for the EA! If you’re just joining us now, you might want to go back to the first part and work your way back here. I have another problem for you from the official free … Read More

#### Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions – Part 2

Last time, I gave you a couple of questions to try and then we discussed how to minimize your work on the first one. (If you haven’t read the first installment yet, go do that now.) Today, we’re going to review the … Read More

#### Executive Assessment: Fast Math for Faster Solutions – Part 1

The Executive Assessment (EA) shares a lot of roots with the GMAT, GMAC’s flagship graduate business school exam. In certain ways, the EA feels almost like the GMAT on steroids—it’s even more stereotypically … Read More

#### Maximize your Learning from Official GMAT Problems – Part 2

Welcome to the second part of our series on learning the most that we can from official GMAT problems. Last time, we talked about how to use solutions as a series of hints from your own “private tutor.” This time, … Read More

#### Maximize Your Learning from Official GMAT Problems – Part 1

When was the last time you read a solution to a problem, thought to yourself, “Yep, that makes total sense,” set it aside … and then realized a week (or 3 days!) later that you had no idea what you’d read or that … Read More

#### GMAT Sentence Correction: How to Find the Core Sentence – Part 7

Welcome to the latest installment of our Core Sentence series on SC problems! If you haven’t seen this series before, start here. Last time, we talked about how the test-writers will sometimes use a full-sentence … Read More

#### GMAT Sentence Correction: How to Find the Core Sentence – Part 6

Harder SC questions often have longer underlines and “jumble up” the answer choices. That is, the answers change so significantly that it’s difficult to figure out what’s different about each one—and, … Read More

#### More Fast Math for the GMAT – Part 7

A while back, we started a series on Fast Math for the GMAT—here’s the link if you want to start from the beginning. In our last installment, I gave you two problems to try. We’ve already discussed the first one; … Read More

#### More Fast Math for the GMAT – Part 6

A while back, we started a series on Fast Math for the GMAT—and we’ve got more for you today! On these two new problems, we’re going to employ some broader principles than the ones we saw in the earlier … Read More

#### Know the GMAT Code: Working Backwards – Part 2

Last time, I asked whether you know how—and when—to Work Backwards on Problem Solving (PS) problems. If you haven’t already worked through part 1 of this series, go do that and then come back here. I’ll wait. … Read More