Archive for October, 2010

Maximize Your Self-Studying

by Brian Galvin on October 31, 2010

Do-it-yourself GMAT prep can be very effective, but it can also lead to a great deal of frustration if you do it without a plan [...]


Shhh…I’m Going to Tell You an MBA Essay Secret

by Linda Abraham on October 30, 2010

Lock the doors and windows. Close the blinds. Make sure no one is looking. Pull up a chair. I’m going to tell you a secret. [...]


Thursdays with Ron: Rearranging Data Sufficiency Problems

by Caitlin Clay on October 30, 2010

Every other Thursday, our instructor Ron Purewal (known on the Beat the GMAT forums as lunarpower) hosts a free study hall session, called Thursdays [...]


I Just Got My Score

by Anthony Russomanno on October 30, 2010

From our friends at Admit Advantage (Check out their new blog) Pumpkins recently showed up in grocery stores, reminding us all that summer is over and [...]


MBA Reading List: “The Lords of Strategy”

by Chris Black on October 29, 2010

Written by Christina Yu. Welcome to the first installment of our “Business School Reading List” series. It’s all about recommended reading for prospective MBAs. The books [...]


A Question A Day Keeps The Low GMAT Score Away

by Beat The GMAT Team on October 29, 2010

Today the Beat The GMAT team is happy to announce a new set of resources to help you with your studies: the Daily GMAT Math [...]


Beat The GMAT Verbal Challenge Question – October 28, 2010

by Beat The GMAT on October 28, 2010

Congrats to Bharat for being selected as this week’s winner of the Beat The GMAT Verbal Challenge Question. Bharat will receive Premium Access to Beat [...]


Sentence Correction: 5 Most Commonly Tested Errors

by Vivian Kerr on October 28, 2010

1. Idioms How they are tested: Idioms are expressions native to the English language. There are two part Idioms such as “neither…nor” and” between…and” [...]


Course Packs on iPad

by The MBA Show on October 28, 2010


Analyzing an AWA Argument

by Manhattan Prep on October 28, 2010

In a previous article, we talked about how to structure an essay in general: how many paragraphs, how to formulate a thesis statement, what kinds [...]


Save My Essay! “Most Difficult Professional Experience” Part 2

by Jim Jacobson on October 27, 2010

Last time, I mentioned some key questions to ask in every essay, and provided this hybrid of many of the things I’ve seen in essay [...]


An Overview of GMAT Data Sufficiency – Lesson Sixteen – Strategy, Part II

by GMAT Prep Now on October 27, 2010

This video is the final installment of our 16-part lesson series to review Data Sufficiency on the GMAT. It was a real pleasure to teach [...]


GMAT History: How Would You Have Done on the Original Exam?

by Jonathan Bethune on October 27, 2010

Thanks to a recent GMAT question archiving project, I had the opportunity to take a trip down GMAT memory lane. The things I uncovered about [...]


We love you too!

by Beat The GMAT Team on October 26, 2010

A few days ago, I asked our community to go here to record a 15-second video on why you love Beat The GMAT.  The response [...]