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## GMAT Verbal – How to score above V40 – Tips from V40+ scorers

A 10 minute readGMAT Verbal is a refuge for people who are not strong in Quant. Most people believe that to ace the GMAT you have to be really good at Math. Ask Anupriya and she’ll refute this statement. She scored a 760 (99 percentile) on the GMAT with a Q48 (67 percentile)Read more…

## GMAT preparation and MBA admissions | One Blog to rule them all

A 7 minute readThis is the place where you’ll find the legendary work of the 3 elves of middle internet. These wise elves traveled to the deepest corners of the digital space and forged this blog post with their flair for creating useful content on GMAT preparation and MBA admissions. Moreover, they workRead more…

## Most Common GMAT Questions

A 11 minute readGMAT is the standardized test which is considered for admission into graduate management programs around the world. For those of you who have heard about the GMAT in passing or are considering taking the GMAT we are providing some of the most common GMAT questions in this article. Make sureRead more…

## GMAT Ability | How to measure your current GMAT ability?

A 5 minute readIn our previous articles, we have seen how the GMAT works as an adaptive test. We have also explored the timing strategies that will help us in getting a high score on the GMAT. However, there is a crucial component we are yet to cover, i.e., measuring ability during preparationRead more…

## Marconi’s Conception Of the Radio Was As a Substitute: OG13 Q105

A 2 minute readMarconi’s conception of the radio was as a substitute for the telephone, a tool for private conversation; instead, it is precisely the opposite, a tool for communicating with a large, public audience. MEANING ANALYSIS Marconi’s conception of the radio was as a substitute for the telephone, a tool for private conversation;Read more…

## What are Sufficient but not Necessary Conditions?

A 12 minute readIn GMAT CR, connectives like “if….then”, “whenever”, “anytime”, etc.,  imply the presence of a condition or a requirement. Confusion is created when we do not have clarity about what kind of a condition these connectives represent. In our previous article, we have already discussed the nature of – a necessaryRead more…

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