by Focus Tutoring | May 19, 2021 | Algebra, GMAT, Quant

GMAT Algebra Problem Introduction Hi guys. Today I’m here with a classic GMAT Algebra problem, what we call a parts problem. And if you take a look at this problem you’re going to realize that it just looks like a bunch of algebra. But the key here is in...
by Focus Tutoring | Sep 15, 2020 | Admissions, GMAT, GMAT Scoring

High GMAT scores are a requirement for acceptance to thousands of different graduate programs, from top tier MBAS to EBMAs to PhD programs in business management. More than a quarter-million students take the exam every year. Admissions officers see GMAT scores as...
by Focus Tutoring | Aug 20, 2020 | GMAT, Meta-Strategy, Timing Decisions

Today let’s talk about time management on the GMAT. There are so many misconceptions and so many people looking at time management the wrong way and really running themselves in circles thinking about managing their time. 1. If You Are Actively Managing Your...
by Focus Tutoring | Aug 6, 2020 | GMAT, Probability, Quant

Probability GMAT Problems can be super complex if you don’t frame it correctly. One of the keys to looking at probability problems, particularly conditional probability and independent probability problems, is breaking each part up into its own entity, and a lot...
by Focus Tutoring | Jul 16, 2020 | GMAT, Meta-Strategy, Timing Decisions

If you are reading this at any time other than the morning, you’re probably not getting your optimal yield out of your self-prep time. Let’s talk about how the time that you spend preparing and the relative yield you get from that time can change. 1. Time...