Articles by Veritas Prep

  • Set Yourself Up for GMAT Success

    Set Yourself Up for GMAT Success

    by on January 24th, 2016

    In case you haven’t figured it out, the first full week of the new year can be a minefield. If you’re like most folks, you’ve taken some time off over the last few weeks, eaten too much, not exercised much, and … Read More

  • 3 Steps to Make CR Strengthen/Weaken Questions More Manageable

    3 Steps to Make CR Strengthen/Weaken Questions More Manageable

    by on January 16th, 2016

    For many folks, Critical Reasoning is an opportunity to channel that inner lawyer, to anticipate an argument and provide or select data that might strengthen or weaken a specific perspective. Unlike most attorneys … Read More

  • The Importance of Drills on the GMAT

    The Importance of Drills on the GMAT

    by on January 8th, 2016

    If you’ve ever played a sport, you probably have a love-hate relationship with drills. Whether it was running pyramids at the track, shooting countless free throws, or taking batting practice until you thought your … Read More

  • Data Sufficiency: Always Follow Directions

    Data Sufficiency: Always Follow Directions

    by on December 31st, 2015

    If you have any children in your life, you know that with that and the holidays comes toys … and directions. Lots and lots of directions. If you’re wondering what late night toy assembly has to do with Data … Read More

  • Don’t Let Misplaced Modifiers Derail Your Score

    Don’t Let Misplaced Modifiers Derail Your Score

    by on December 23rd, 2015

    It’s getting to be that time of the year. For the sake of being somewhat politically correct, it’s the slightly-chillier-time-of-the-year-that’s-directly-proportional-to-increased-gift-giving. If you work most … Read More

  • 4 Sentence Correction Tips to Remember

    4 Sentence Correction Tips to Remember

    by on December 15th, 2015

    Most folks know the story of the Titanic, the British passenger liner that was considered unsinkable until it met an iceberg leading to its untimely demise in the North Atlantic Ocean. Sentence Correction is one of the … Read More

  • Analyzing Sentence Correction

    Analyzing Sentence Correction

    by on December 6th, 2015

    If you hit the road over the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S., you joined 46.9 million other Americans who traveled more than 50 miles to get to their feast of turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce. And more likely than … Read More

  • More Data Sufficiency Tips

    More Data Sufficiency Tips

    by on November 28th, 2015

    While many folks in the U.S. still celebrating Thanksgiving (or an excuse to watch American football and pig out on decadent sweet and savory treats), there are others who cringe at the idea of cooking an extravagant … Read More

  • Breaking Down Integrated Reasoning Graphs & Charts

    Breaking Down Integrated Reasoning Graphs & Charts

    by on November 20th, 2015

    Graphs, charts and tables are all around us. If you flip on the evening news, there’s bound to be a set of statistics that’s better explained with a chart. You probably don’t even think twice about the visual aid. … Read More

  • Pros & Cons of the New GMAT Features

    Pros & Cons of the New GMAT Features

    by on November 13th, 2015

    It’s nice to have choices (would you have ever choose a free response test over multiple choice?), but sometimes too many choices can be overwhelming. The Graduate Management Admission Council rolled out some new GMAT … Read More

  • Relieving GMAT Test Anxiety in the Last Week

    Relieving GMAT Test Anxiety in the Last Week

    by on November 4th, 2015

    “The hay is in the barn.” Before you start thinking you’re reading the wrong blog, this isn’t about farming or agriculture. The saying means that all of the hard work has been done, and all that’s left to do is … Read More

  • 3 Things To Not Do During GMAT Test Week

    3 Things To Not Do During GMAT Test Week

    by on October 27th, 2015

    You’ve prepped for months, sacrificed happy hours and quality time with your friends and stayed up late and risen early just to get in an extra few drills. Much like an endurance athlete, you’ve put in the time, and … Read More

  • GMAT Tip: The Importance of Reading

    GMAT Tip: The Importance of Reading

    by on October 18th, 2015

    Do you remember the first book you ever read? Maybe it rhymed and had to do with pork products dyed a crazy shade of green? Or a captain’s pursuit of a massive white whale. Every kid’s different, so judgment free … Read More

  • Decoding Data Sufficiency

    Decoding Data Sufficiency

    by on October 10th, 2015

    There’s probably no other GMAT question type that instills more fear in candidates than Data Sufficiency. It’s unique to the GMAT and evaluates a candidate’s ability to discern when s/he has enough information to … Read More