### Divisibility Rules: Simplify GMAT Prep

As the Quantitative part of the GMAT focuses on the basics of mathematics, it’s important to know divisibility rules. So let’s discus the divisibility rules for some numbers that you ne …

### The Many Facets of a Polygon

A Polygon is a plane figure formed by at least three sides and angles. The table below displays details of some of common polygons.

Name

No. of sides

No. of angles

Triangle

3

3

Quadr …

### An Illusion!

What is a Paradox? Invariably I begin teaching this Critical Reasoning Question type by posing this question to the class and am no longer surprised by the variety of definitions I receive- …

### Integrated Reasoning

The very first reason of testing MBA aspirants on Integrated Reasoning (IR) is analysis of Data! B-schools need to know how good the applicant is in real life data analysis say with regards …

### Tricky Exponents!!

In some previous articles we have learnt about a few interesting concepts on exponents. In this piece of articulation let us enjoy some exam focused properties of the tricky exponent!

23 = …

### How important are the AWA and IR Sections of the GMAT?

Students preparing for the GMAT are uncertain about the importance of the AWA and IR Sections of the test and many just ignore them because these scores are not incorporated into the 800 sc …

### Data Sufficiency– A Nightmare?

The GMAT quantitative Section consists of 37 questions of primarily two types – problem solving and data sufficiency. People with little exposure to the GMAT or those whose preparatio …

### Reading Comprehension: the bête noire for most GMAT test takers. Why?

I guess some questions are just not meant to be answered. Or is it that there is no coherent, logical answer for them. As a GMAT trainer, there can be nothing more frustrating than facing a …

### Zen and the Art of Grammar: De-mystify the SC on the GMAT

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (ZAMM) is a great read and a great unravelling of skill types. When the SC questions of the GMAT are the topic of discussion and when I need to inc …

### On the Threshold of the New Year….for Applications!

It is not quite the end of 2015 and nor is it time to ring in the NEW YEAR. But it is time to face the reality that the application rounds for Fall 2016 have started and the coming two mont …