GMAT Prep Articles

  • How to Study for the GMAT if You’re a Working Professional

    How to Study for the GMAT if You’re a Working Professional

    by on April 26th, 2016

    Working professionals considering a business school education often have competing priorities: managing their current responsibilities, performance, and schedules, while also planning for their future. Between long … Read More

  • Your 8-Week GMAT Prep Schedule

    Your 8-Week GMAT Prep Schedule

    by on April 24th, 2016

    Planning your GMAT prep schedule is the first step to success on the exam. But what should be on that schedule? How much time should you dedicate to certain topics? When should you implement specific strategies, … Read More

  • How to Become a Great GMAT Guesser – Part 2

    How to Become a Great GMAT Guesser – Part 2

    by on April 20th, 2016

    Welcome to part 2 in our guessing series. You know you’re going to have to guess on the GMAT. The only real questions are when … and how? Last time, we talked about how to guess on Average Speed questions. This time, … Read More

  • Kickstarting Your GRE or GMAT Prep – Part 4

    Kickstarting Your GRE or GMAT Prep – Part 4

    by on April 17th, 2016

    Whether you’re shooting for a fall 2016 matriculation to business school or are a junior or sophomore wanting to lock in a surefire test score for future enrollment, the GRE or GMAT could be your key to acceptance. … Read More

  • A GMAT Lesson from Entrepreneurship: Mistakes Are the Way Forward

    A GMAT Lesson from Entrepreneurship: Mistakes Are the Way Forward

    by on April 16th, 2016

    Recently, the LTG team had the pleasure of receiving to our office Dr. Edward Roberts, one of MIT’s many distinguished professors, and the man who literally wrote the book on tech entrepreneurship. As a serial … Read More

  • GMAT Prep for Early Bird Applicants

    GMAT Prep for Early Bird Applicants

    by on April 15th, 2016

    For all you “early birds” who are planning to apply to business school this fall, we wanted to offer a few tips on managing your time as it relates to the GMAT exam. Because this is an important element for many … Read More

  • Improving Your Accuracy on the GMAT

    Improving Your Accuracy on the GMAT

    by on April 14th, 2016

    From time to time, I will work with a student who knows the material tested on the GMAT well, yet continues to answer questions incorrectly. An analyzation of the errors often reveals that he either made a silly mistake … Read More

  • How to Become a Great GMAT Guesser – Part 1

    How to Become a Great GMAT Guesser – Part 1

    by on April 12th, 2016

    You’ve probably figured out by now that, sometimes, you’re just going to have to guess on the GMAT. If you’ve got 5 seconds to get something in before the test is over, all you can do is pick your favorite letter … Read More

  • GMAT Updates – 2016

    GMAT Updates – 2016

    by on April 10th, 2016

    On Thursday, March 10, 2016, just a week before Mike’s favorite ethic holiday, GMAC, the folks who create the GMAT, hosted a webinar for test prep professionals, folks such as I, on GMAT updates and I listened in. Here … Read More

  • Kickstarting Your GRE or GMAT Prep – Part 3

    Kickstarting Your GRE or GMAT Prep – Part 3

    by on April 9th, 2016

    Whether you’re shooting for a fall 2016 matriculation to business school or are a junior or sophomore wanting to lock in a surefire test score for future enrollment, the GRE or GMAT could be your key to acceptance. … Read More

  • Exam Pack 2: Boost Your GMAT Prep with Two More Full-Length Practice Exams

    Exam Pack 2: Boost Your GMAT Prep with Two More Full-Length Practice Exams

    by on April 8th, 2016

    Many business school students will tell you that the key to your best GMAT score is practice, and there’s no better way to practice than with real GMAT questions in a simulated test-taking environment. Now, you can get … Read More

  • When to Consider Retaking the GMAT

    When to Consider Retaking the GMAT

    by on April 7th, 2016

    The GMAT. It’s an acronym that can strike fear into the hearts of many a prospective MBA student. And for good reason: while your GMAT score is still just one data point for the AdCom to consider out of your entire … Read More

  • Taking the New Mini-GMAT for EMBA? Here’s How to Prep – Part 2

    Taking the New Mini-GMAT for EMBA? Here’s How to Prep – Part 2

    by on April 4th, 2016

    Last time, we talked about the IR and Verbal sections of the new Executive Assessment (EA) exam for EMBA candidates. Today, we’re going to dive into Quant and also talk more about your overall study. As I mentioned … Read More

  • Taking the New Mini-GMAT for EMBA? Here’s How to Prep – Part 1

    Taking the New Mini-GMAT for EMBA? Here’s How to Prep – Part 1

    by on April 3rd, 2016

    The Executive Assessment exam was launched in March 2016 to provide a more streamlined version of the GMAT for EMBA candidates at certain schools. Follow that link for logistics. I’ve spoken with multiple students who … Read More