A 10 minute readA polygon is a two-dimensional closed figure made up of at least 3 line segments. Polygons, as a topic, will pose some of the most challenging GMAT Math questions. Most of those GMAT Math questions test your understanding on Polygons through Rectangles and Squares. However, those questions are not tough intrinsicallyRead more…

A 8 minute readIn the last article in the GMAT Geometry Series, we explained properties of different types of triangles and how those properties will help you solve GMAT geometry questions on triangles. We illustrated them with GMAT geometry practice problems and also asked you to solve some GMAT Geometry Practice Problems. InRead more…

A 6 minute readIn the last article, we explained: “Why GMAT Geometry is a weak area” for most students and how you can improve it. We explained various concepts of triangles and their application in GMAT like questions through various illustrative examples. As a continuation, this article covers the different types of triangles andRead more…

A 6 minute readDo you feel overwhelmed while learning a plethora of GMAT Geometry formulas[1] and concepts? Do you feel Geometry is your weak topic? You are not alone. Many test takers avoid solving GMAT Geometry questions, as most of them don’t feel comfortable with this topic. In this article, you will read-Read more…

A 7 minute readWho wouldn’t want a Q51, V45 in GMAT? For any GMAT aspirant targeting a Q51, it is essential to avoid the Quant pitfalls. Why do I use the word ‘Pitfall’? According to the Oxford dictionary, Pitfall is a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty. Most students, during their GMAT Quant preparation, wouldRead more…

A 2 minute readIf you’re wondering how to master GMAT Quant – Number Properties, you’ve landed on the right page. At e-GMAT, we conduct Free Webinars every weekend to help the GMAT Aspirants plan and define their preparation. The recording below is that of the Session on “Master Number Properties on the GMAT”.Read more…