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Week One - Study Progress

Rather than trying to document my everyday progress I figured it would make more sense to write what I have accomplished during each week of studying for GMAT. 214 more words


Geometry: Or, The Class I missed in March

Geometry, it really shouldn’t be that difficult while taking the GMAT.

Over and over again I hear this. And over and over again, or really about 60% of the time, I find myself pounding my head against the table trying to work out circumscribed triangles, etc. 124 more words


GMAT Verbal: Grammar

Brian Galvin, Veritas Prep’s Vice President of Academic Programs, wrote on Veritas’ website last year about the internal debate the GMAC had with SC in the early 2000s. 1,819 more words


I booked my GMAT Test Day

T-Minus: 34 days…

Five weeks from Saturday (that is yesterday)… I am both anxious and calm. But reality is upon me.


Refocus: Life in the Present vs THE FUTURE

The past couple of months have been hectic. In Feb-March I took a Veritas Prep class that was eye-opening and enjoyable… Made me crave going back to school. 108 more words


GMAT Study Plan

Life is hectic, busy and there is never enough time in a day….. That is true only if you do not have some sort of plan of action. 169 more words


GMAT verbal - resources

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Mình bỏ công sức và thời gian để học GMAT verbal rất nhiều ( so với math), mặc dù điểm vẫn thấp (V31). 459 more words

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