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## EA Score: How Is The Executive Assessment Scored?

You have already taken, or are planning on taking your Executive Assessment (EA), but you do not quite understand how your EA score will be calculated or assessed. Knowing how your exam will be evaluated and corrected can help you in dividing your time during your...

## Masters In Finance In Europe: Top Universities, Duration, & More

Being able to study finance at top schools in Europe can be a major dream and at the same time a challenge for professional job seekers. A proper master of finance program offers a great blend of theory and practice that will enable you to obtain a grasp of accounting...

## The Area of an Equilateral Triangle

As promised, we will now connect the 30-60-90 triangle to the equilateral triangle, specifically its area. There is a formula for the area of an equilateral triangle as it relates to the length of its side s, and it is as follows: But more likely than not for the...

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## Top MBA Programs in Singapore

A young but very innovation-oriented and wealthy country, Singapore is an exceptional destination for your MBA studies. Located in Southeast Asia, Singapore is home to numerous well-known business schools that offer both MBA programs, including full-time and part-time...

## GMAT Retake Strategy: How to Improve Your Score

Assessing Your GMAT Performance for a Retake Understanding Your Initial GMAT Score: Interpreting the Results One of the crucial steps in deciding whether to retake the GMAT is to thoroughly understand and interpret your initial score. The GMAT score report provides...

## Shorter GRE: What You Need to Know

Are you planning on taking the GRE soon? If so, you'll be happy to know that the test is getting shorter. Starting on September 22, 2023, the GRE will be shortened from nearly 4 hours to just under 2 hours. This is excellent news for test-takers who are looking for a...

## GMAT vs. GRE: Which Test is Right for You?

GMAT vs. GRE: Which Test is Right for You? If you’re considering business school, one of the first decisions to make is whether to prepare for the GRE or the GMAT. While the preferences of the admissions offices at your target schools should take precedence, there are...

## Combinations on the GMAT

What are combinations? Conceptually, the combinations task is easy to understand: it’s about the number of ways to select a subgroup from a whole group. As in the permutations task, the whole group is notated as n, and the subgroup is notated as r. The standard...

## GRE Analytical Writing: A Step-by-Step Guide

Before you begin your battery of Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning sections on the GRE, you will have to complete the Analytical Writing measure. Read on to learn about this important section of the test and for useful preparation tips. What is the...

## How to Solve Permutations Questions on the GMAT

Permutations are a type of combinatorics task that is often tested on the GMAT. In a permutations question, you are asked to find the number of ways to order a group of elements. The order of the elements matters in permutations questions, so the number of possible...

## How to Build a Strong GRE Vocabulary That Will Last

By now you know that GRE preparation, for almost everyone, involves studying vocabulary words. Half of the questions on the GRE verbal reasoning sections are vocabulary-based. You will have to select from an answer choice set of vocabulary words to appropriately fill...

## Ordering in Combinatorics: A Guide to Solving GMAT Questions

What is an Ordering Task? Ordering tasks are a common type of question on the GMAT. In an ordering task, you are asked to determine the number of ways to order a set of objects. The number of ways to order n different objects is n!, or n factorial. The best way to...

## Text Completion and Sentence Equivalence on the GRE

Vocabulary-based questions on the GRE verbal reasoning sections are of two kinds: text completion and sentence equivalence. Both types are about filling in blanks in sentences with the right words based on context, but the answer choice formats are different. In this...

## A Guide to Combinatorics on the GMAT

Every combinatorics question on the GMAT involves one or more of three fundamental combinatorics tasks: ordering, permutations, and combinations. This article will introduce the three tasks, and each of the three following articles will explain a task intuitively to...

## GRE Reading Comprehension: How to Get a Perfect Score

Reading comprehension accounts for half of the questions on the GRE verbal reasoning sections. To do well on these questions, you need a framework for understanding the purpose and structure of the passages. Some passages are very short – really more accurately termed...

## Create a Personalized GMAT Study Plan That Works for You

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a crucial step in the admissions process for many business schools worldwide. It assesses a candidate's abilities in various areas such as verbal reasoning, critical thinking, and quantitative reasoning. To excel in the...

## Anatomy of GRE Verbal Reasoning Section

There are only three types of questions on a GRE verbal reasoning section: text completion, sentence equivalence, and reading comprehension. (Text completion and sentence equivalence are quite similar, as discussed in our last article.) Feel at home on the verbal...

## Master the GMAT Data Insights Questions

Preparing for the GMAT exam requires a thorough understanding of the different question types, including the challenging Data Insights Questions. This article aims to provide you with techniques and strategies to excel in GMAT Focus Data Insights Section. By mastering...

## A Glossary of Math Terms the GRE Expects You to Know

Have you begun studying for the GRE quantitative reasoning sections? Are you being held up by the recurring appearance of math terms whose definitions you don’t fully understand? We are here to help! Read through our glossary of math terms to know for GRE quantitative...

## What’s the Kind of Math on the GRE Quantitative Reasoning Section? A Breakdown

Unless you’re a math major, chances are that when you start preparing for the GRE, it’s been a while since you took a math class. Your algebra skills, once sharp and shiny, are rusty. Formulas you once knew are getting mixed up and mixed around. Your times tables have...

## Anatomy of GRE Quantitative Reasoning Section

Unlike GMAT quant, each GRE quantitative reasoning section is non-adaptive and can be navigated – you can visit and revisit any of the twenty questions for the duration of the thirty-five minute time limit. Each GRE quantitative section is also predictable in terms of...

## GRE Structure, Scoring, and Strategy Tips

If you are at the beginning of your GRE prep journey, it’s important to understand the structure of the test and to be equipped with the right strategies for navigating each section. In this article, we’ll overview the delivery structure of the exam and provide...

## GMAT Study Schedule: How to Manage Your Time?

Preparing for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) requires dedication, discipline, and effective time management. A well-planned GMAT study schedule is crucial for success as it helps you allocate sufficient time to cover all the necessary content, practice...

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