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At one point in time, the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) was the de facto exam that students took to get into business school. But in 2006, the creators of the GMAT, the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC), decided to … Continue reading
Below is sample sentence completion problem that has appeared on the verbal reasoning section of a past GRE, along with a solution. PROBLEM: Number theory is rich in problems of an especially —– sort: they are tantalizingly simple to state … Continue reading
MST vs. CAT The computerized version of the old GRE was a CAT (Computer-Adaptive Test), which means that the difficulty level of the questions you saw depended on your performance earlier in the test. Thus, the more problems you were … Continue reading