GMAT Videos Articles
3-Criteria Overlapping Sets on the GMAT
In this video, we examine how to solve questions involving populations in which each member of that population has three criteria associated with it. Once you’ve [...]
Sums of Sequences (a.k.a. Series) on the GMAT
Some GMAT questions ask us to find the sums of sequences. In this video lesson, we’ll examine two important concepts you need to know to [...]
GMAT Word Problems
Learn how to approach word problems with Target Test Prep GMAT® experts Scott Woodbury-Stewart and Jeffrey Miller.
Recursive Sequences on the GMAT
GMAT questions involving recursive sequences are often difficult. In fact, some students have trouble getting past the strange notation. In this video, we examine the notation [...]
Introduction to Sequences on the GMAT
When it comes to sequence questions on the GMAT, many students like to apply formulas they learned in high school. The problem with this is [...]
GMAT Tuesdays: Probability and Counting
Today we learn more about probability and counting. Probability questions involving counting are really just multi-step counting problems. Watch the video to learn more. And if [...]
GMAT Motion Questions with Multiple Trips and/or Multiple Travelers
In this video, we learn how to solve advanced motion questions in which we have multiple trips and/or multiple travelers.
Strategies for Solving Work Problems on the GMAT
In this video, we examine a variety of strategies for solving work problems on the GMAT.
Average Speed Questions
In this video, we examine how to find the average speed of a trip when that trip consists of two or more parts during which [...]
GMAT Tuesdays: Official Guide to the GMAT—Reading Comprehension #56
Following up on a previous post about staying out of the details, we take a look at the first question associated with the passage. This week’s [...]
Roots and Exponents on the GMAT
Learn how to approach roots and exponents with Target Test Prep GMAT® experts Scott Woodbury-Stewart and Jeffrey Miller.
GMAT Tuesdays: Sentence Correction—Must Know Idioms #12
Some of the trickiest problems on Sentence Correction questions involve idioms. Today we look at idioms involving hope and model, and we look at the best [...]
GMAT Algebra: How Many Variables Should You Use?
Consider the following word problem: A certain store sells apples for $0.75 each and bananas for $0.50 each. Lila bought 20 pieces of fruit consisting of [...]
Testing Cases in Even/Odd Questions
Consider the following data sufficiency question: If and are integers, is even? 1) is odd 2) is odd For statement 1, one option is [...]