As the name suggests, this process skill entails conversion of one language into another. In the context of GMAT Quant questions, the two languages are English and Math. Now to do the conversion, one definitely needs to know the acceptable constructs in the two languages. So, you need to know the basics of the English

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In our previous article, we learned this definition of the process skill of ‘infer’ – “Given the information in the question and your conceptual knowledge, what can you deduce so that you come closer to the solution of the question”. We also learned the following aspects of this GMAT Quant topic: To infer, we use

Read More# Preparing for GMAT Math? 6 GMAT Quant questions to improve your score

Do you want to score a Q50/51 on GMAT Quant? To ace GMAT Math you should first master the 6 process skills and then practice a few GMAT Quant questions. Therefore, before proceeding with understanding these questions, we’d recommend you take a look at this article on Quant process skills first. If you have already

Read More# Six Process Skills to master the GMAT Quant section

I am going to start this article by making a statement, and I want you to tell me if you agree with it. The mantra to master GMAT quant or GMAT Math is to learn the concepts that are typically tested on the GMAT and then practice as many questions as one can. I am

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In Euclidean geometry, a quadrilateral is a four-sided 2D figure whose sum of internal angles is 360°. The word quadrilateral is derived from two Latin words ‘quadri’ and ‘latus’ meaning four and side respectively. Therefore, identifying the properties of quadrilaterals is important when trying to distinguish them from other polygons. So, what are the properties

Read More# Properties of triangle – Important formulas and classification

In this article, we are going to learn about the simplest form of a polygon, a triangle. All polygons can be divided into triangles, or in other words, they are formed by combining two or more triangles. Thus, understanding the basic properties of triangle and their types is essential. Here is an outline of the

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Permutations and Combinations is a topic full of conundrums. The biggest one is, understanding the difference between permutation and combination. Should I solve this question using permutation or combination? In this article, we will give you a foolproof method to differentiate between the two. In the last article of ‘Permutation and Combination’ series we talked

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A Q50 score on the GMAT Quant section corresponds to an 85 percentile score. A Q50+ GMAT quant score does not only look good on your score report but also proves that you have the required quantitative ability to get through business school. This quantitative ability will hold you in good stead even after business

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Ancient mathematicians introduced the concept of lines to represent straight objects which had negligible width and depth. Considered as a breadth less length by Euclid, lines form the basis of Euclidean geometry. When two rays(part of a straight line) intersect each other in the same plane, they form an angle. The point of intersection is

Read More# Quadrilateral questions and solutions

Quadrilateral questions have always been a head-scratcher for a lot of candidates taking competitive or standardized exams. The primary reason behind it is learning a concept is easier as compared to applying that concept to solve questions. Therefore, to help you with the application of properties of quadrilaterals we have shared a few quadrilateral questions

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