Articles by Economist GMAT Tutor
How Much Does GPA Matter in MBA Admissions?
Examine some important points to keep in mind when weighing your chances of admission related to your GPA.
5 Grammar Myths to Ignore in GMAT Prep
Here are five common grammar misconceptions to be wary of during your GMAT prep.
GMAT Tips from the Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Winner
Meet Angela, the winner of this autumn’s Brightest Minds MBA Scholarship Contest who beat thousands of contestants around the world to claim our $25,000 MBA scholarship prize. [...]
The Myth of GMAT Study Splurging
Remember: it’s seamless execution, not encyclopedic knowledge that wins the day. Slow down, pace yourself, and don’t splurge if you don’t have to.
New MBA Rankings by The Economist Based on Salary Increase
The Economist publishes rankings of full-time MBA programmes every year, but in 2016 it has added a new method for evaluating programmes that suits its [...]
Does It Matter Which Round You Apply In?
Learn how to think about your applications with the choices available to you.
Solving Perfect Square Questions Perfectly
Learn how to successfully tackle perfect square problems.
GMAT Memorization Trick: Mnemonic Devices
Use mnemonic devices to boost your GMAT scores and keep you feeling competent and knowledgeable.
MBA Admissions Consultants: When to Use One
Check out the pros and cons of an admissions consultant.
Free Admissions Consulting and GMAT Strategy at The Economist’s MBA Fair
The Economist’s MBA fair, which takes place online and is free to attend, is coming up quickly and you won’t want to miss out. Those who register [...]
Subject-Verb Agreement in GMAT Sentence Correction
Getting the subject to agree with the verb is perhaps the most important of all Sentence Correction tasks.
B-School Applications: 5 Things to Consider
Here’s a list of five considerations to make before starting your applications to b-schools.
Brain-Boosting Foods for Your GMAT Studies
Here’s a sample menu that can keep your mind and body functioning at their best for the day before, and the day of, your GMAT date.
Spotting Redundancy in GMAT Sentence Correction
The GMAT hates redundancy, but the question is: what is redundant and what is not?