Articles by Magoosh GMAT

    Top Tips for Integrated Reasoning

    Top Tips for Integrated Reasoning

    by on October 12th, 2018

    hen you’re approaching the GMAT for the first time, a few things tend look at least a little familiar. There’s a verbal section and a quantitative section, just like on many other standardized tests (think … Read More

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    Powerscore GMAT Critical Reasoning Bible (Book Review)

    Powerscore GMAT Critical Reasoning Bible (Book Review)

    by on October 1st, 2018

    An LSAT Powerhouse Tries its Hand at GMAT PowerScore built its reputation as an LSAT company with its LSAT Critical Reasoning Bible. For those who don’t know, the LSAT is the GMAT Critical Reasoning section on … Read More

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    Nova’s GMAT Prep Math Course (Book Review)

    Nova’s GMAT Prep Math Course (Book Review)

    by on September 28th, 2018

    The Nova Review is Finally Here! A lot of students have been asking Magoosh’s experts for their opinion of Nova’s GMAT Math Prep Course. I purchased this book so I could take a closer look at it and give it … Read More

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    Manhattan GMAT Advanced Quant (Book Review)

    Manhattan GMAT Advanced Quant (Book Review)

    by on September 27th, 2018

    Gimmicks abound in test prep marketing and products, and there’s no shortage of books that will promise you a “top score” in Quant. Is Manhattan GMAT Advanced Quant one such gimmick product? For the … Read More

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    2019 Best Business Schools

    2019 Best Business Schools

    by on September 26th, 2018

    This post was updated in August 2018 to reflect the most recent rankings. If you’re interested in pursuing your MBA at a top business school, then you’re in luck. The lovely people at the US News and World … Read More

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    Picking GMAT Practice Tests

    Picking GMAT Practice Tests

    by on September 14th, 2018

    It’s hard enough to find free GMAT tests. However, when it comes to GMAT practice, not all tests are created equal. Far from it! And while the highest GMAT scorers (700+ club) tend to have studied 121 hours or … Read More

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    What to Know Before Re-Taking the GMAT

    What to Know Before Re-Taking the GMAT

    by on August 31st, 2018

    It’s demoralizing to put in the time and effort needed to prep for (let alone take) the GMAT, only to find that your scores ended up below what you’d expected or hoped for. There is good news, though. The … Read More

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    The GMAT Gets Shorter!

    The GMAT Gets Shorter!

    by on April 4th, 2018

    GMAC, the brilliant folks who create the GMAT, have decided to shorten the length of the GMAT exam. Starting on April 16, 2018, there will be six fewer Quant questions and five fewer Verbal questions on the GMAT. … Read More

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    MBA Applicants: How to Get Accepted in 2018-19

    MBA Applicants: How to Get Accepted in 2018-19

    by on February 25th, 2018

    It’s time for my annual harangue/plea/rant. If you are planning to apply Round 1 in the fall, but have not yet thought about why you want an MBA, taken the GMAT/GRE, researched schools, or evaluated your … Read More

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    GMAT Score for Kelley School of Business

    GMAT Score for Kelley School of Business

    by on February 17th, 2018

    Indiana University’s School of Commerce and Finance first opened 1920, and has been offering MBAs since 1947. In 1997, the department renamed itself the Kelley School of Business in honor of Indiana businessman and … Read More

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    GMAT Score for University of Michigan Ross MBA

    GMAT Score for University of Michigan Ross MBA

    by on February 1st, 2018

    The University of Michigan Ross School of Business is a top ranked establishment that offers five MBAs, each geared towards students in various levels of their careers. In this post, we’ll be discussing their most … Read More

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    GMAT Score for UCLA Anderson School of Management

    GMAT Score for UCLA Anderson School of Management

    by on January 24th, 2018

    The UCLA Anderson School of Management offers four MBA programs: a full-time MBA, a fully-employed MBA, an Executive MBA, and a Global Executive MBA. Below, we’ll be examining their most popular degree, the full-time … Read More

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    GMAT Scores for PhD Programs

    GMAT Scores for PhD Programs

    by on January 20th, 2018

    You’ve decided to apply for a PhD program in a business-related field. Unlike your non-business PhD friends, that means you could take the GMAT, not the GRE. Though submitting GMAT scores for PhD programs is relatively … Read More

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    GMAT Score for NYU Stern

    GMAT Score for NYU Stern

    by on January 16th, 2018

    NYU Stern is a leading business school located right in the heart of Manhattan in New York City. The typical GMAT score for NYU Stern is high, so admissions to the university are highly competitive. If you can get in, … Read More

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