## Articles by Economist GMAT Tutor

#### How to Handle Square Roots in GMAT Properties of Integers Questions

Remembering this rule will help you to solve seemingly very difficult questions quickly.

#### How to Solve GMAT Quant Questions Using the Median in a Sequence

Discover the most efficient way to answer questions that involve calculations based on the median of a set of values.

#### Studying Too Much for the GMAT: Is There Such a Thing?

Remember, the more you study for the exam, the better your performance will be.

#### Taking Notes During Your GMAT Studies: 3 Tips

Find out what kinds of notes you should be taking while studying for the GMAT.

#### GMAT Quant Advice for Properties of Integers: Multiples

Reviewing these properties of integers is always a good idea.

#### How Is Your GMAT Score Calculated? – Part III

Here's what you should avoid doing and what you should take advantage of on test day.

#### How Is Your GMAT Score Calculated? – Part II

Delve into what exactly your GMAT score means.

#### How Is Your GMAT Score Calculated? – Part I

Do you know how the GMAT score is calculated? Find out!

#### Job Opportunities for MBA Grads Projected to Increase in 2016

Business school students can look forward to increased hiring rates in 2016, according to an annual survey of employers hosted by the Graduate Management Admissions [...]

#### How Accurate Are GMAT Practice Tests?

Take great encouragement from your good performance on your practice tests. Achieving similarly good results on test day is possible.

#### How to Solve GMAT Sequence Questions

Remember these simple rules and strategies about sequences and you’ll have more time for the next question on the quant section.

#### How to Prep for Your GMAT Test Day: Part II

Here's what to do on your GMAT test day.

#### Why Is Your Real GMAT Score Lower Than Your Practice Exam Score?

Find out what factors may affect your test day performance.

#### GMAT Verbal: Making Sense of Tense

Understand, practice, and apply the formal rules of tense, regardless of the quality of your "ear."