Articles by Veritas Prep

  • Think Logically When It Comes to the GMAT

    Think Logically When It Comes to the GMAT

    by on April 14th, 2014

    The GMAT is an exam that primarily tests your use of logic. One of the most consistent methods used to evaluate your use in logic is to take away your calculator and ask you “difficult” math questions. More … Read More

  • The Difference Between a 600 and 700 GMAT Score

    The Difference Between a 600 and 700 GMAT Score

    by on April 11th, 2014

    Today’s article comes courtesy of Veritas Prep GMAT instructor and BTG expert, David Newland. I recently responded to a student who said that he was “not convinced” by the official answer to an official … Read More

  • Determine Scope in Reading Comprehension Questions

    Determine Scope in Reading Comprehension Questions

    by on April 9th, 2014

    On test day, you’ll  see 78 different questions designed to test how you think, how you approach a given problem, and how well you manage your time in a stressful environment. Most of these questions are unknown … Read More

  • Do You Have Enough Work Experience?

    Do You Have Enough Work Experience?

    by on April 8th, 2014

    Often clients are confused when trying to determine if they have gathered enough work experience to return to business school. Certainly it takes a few laps around the proverbial block to gather enough real world … Read More

  • Graphics Interpretation: Change the Way You Think About Change

    Graphics Interpretation: Change the Way You Think About Change

    by on April 7th, 2014

    One of the great benefits of the Veritas Prep Question Bank is that with its 4 million user responses to GMAT practice questions it does an excellent job of highlighting test-taker trends. These statistics can point out … Read More

  • The Most Efficient Way to Understand Least Common Multiples

    The Most Efficient Way to Understand Least Common Multiples

    by on April 3rd, 2014

    Today’s article comes courtesy of BTG expert and Veritas Prep GMAT instructor, David Newland. I recently had a student write in to ask me, “Can you explain to me the reasoning behind the Least Common Multiple? I … Read More

  • Non-native English Speakers: Write the Best Essay for Your MBA Applications

    Non-native English Speakers: Write the Best Essay for Your MBA Applications

    by on March 30th, 2014

    Having graduated from a top MBA program as a non-native English speaker, I still remember being quite worried about the MBA application, fearing that my English was not sophisticated enough. So I focused on improving my … Read More

  • This Math Strategy Will Save You Time on the GMAT

    This Math Strategy Will Save You Time on the GMAT

    by on March 29th, 2014

    Today’s article comes courtesy of Veritas Prep GMAT instructor, Ron Awad. There are certain numbers that will show up on every GMAT. Some of these numbers you need to be able to manipulate, and others will be … Read More

  • Recognizing Similar Triangles

    Recognizing Similar Triangles

    by on March 26th, 2014

    Today’s article comes courtesy of Veritas Prep GMAT instructor and BTG expert, David Newland. In the Austin Powers movies the character known as “Dr. Evil” creates an exact version of himself, only smaller, … Read More

  • How Difficult Is the GMAT Verbal Section?

    How Difficult Is the GMAT Verbal Section?

    by on March 25th, 2014

    Today’s article comes courtesy of Veritas Prep GMAT instructor, Ron Awad. On test day, you may get a question that seems impossible to solve, and yet most other students get it right. This means that the question … Read More

  • Learn Math from Marshall Mathers

    Learn Math from Marshall Mathers

    by on March 24th, 2014

    There are plenty of GMAT lessons to learn from Eminem. He’s a master, as are the authors of GMAT Critical Reasoning, of “precision in language“. He flips sentence structures around to create more interesting … Read More

  • How Important Is Timing on the GMAT?

    How Important Is Timing on the GMAT?

    by on March 18th, 2014

    One of the main goals of the GMAT is to determine whether or not you can analyze the situation in front of you and determine the information needed to solve the question. In this way, the GMAT is testing the same skills … Read More

  • Navigate the MBA Admissions Waitlist

    Navigate the MBA Admissions Waitlist

    by on March 17th, 2014

    We previously  talked about what it means to be on the waitlist. Today, we will go into more detail on what you can do if you find yourself on the waitlist. Despite the name “waitlist,” there are several things you … Read More

  • When Should You Go Back to B-School?

    When Should You Go Back to B-School?

    by on March 16th, 2014

    Business school is perhaps the most unique of all graduate education opportunities, in part because it is the only one which requires substantial work experience to qualify. Think about it—law school, medical school, … Read More