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# GMAT - Quantitative

## Latest Stories About GMAT - Quantitative

Last Updated Mar 12, 2011 by

## GMAT Tip: Prime Factors

Today’s GMAT challenge question comes from Kaplan.  To help you with your GMAT studying, try to solve the problem on your own, and then read on for the explanation of its solution: Good luck on this Challenge Problem involving Prime Factors! Remember, there’s probably a reason that the questions are... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 26, 2011 by

## GMAT Tip: Understanding Remainders

Today’s GMAT tip comes from Veritas Prep.  In this article, they provide helpful advice on understanding the concept of remainders. Read on to see what they have to say! Unless you teach math, chances are that you haven’t used a remainder in years. Remainders in division are basically placeholders for... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 12, 2011 by

## GMAT Tips: Strategic Guessing on the GMAT

Today’s GMAT tip comes from Kaplan. In this article, Kaplan GMAT instructor Bret Ruber provides advice on how to guess strategically on quantitative problems: Almost every GMAT quantitative problem can be solved in more than one way.  Some of the various approaches to GMAT math questions include picking numbers, backsolving... Read more »

Last Updated Feb 5, 2011 by

## GMAT Tip: Breaking Down a GMATPrep Consecutive Integer Problem

Today’s GMAT tip comes from test prep firm ManhattanGMAT. In this article, they share helpful tips on how to solve consecutive integer problems.  Read on to see what they have to say! This week, we’re going to talk about what to know for consecutive integer problems and how to recognize... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 29, 2011 by

## GMAT Tip: Solve This Stats Problem, Stat!

Today’s GMAT challenge question comes from Veritas Prep. To help you with your GMAT studying, try to solve the problem on your own, and then read on for the explanation of its solution: Set A consists of integers -9, 8, 3, 10, and J; Set B consists of integers -2,... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 22, 2011 by

## GMAT Tip: Exponent Manipulation – Tough questions, basic approaches

Today’s GMAT tip comes from Kaplan. In this article, Kaplan GMAT instructor Bret Ruber explains how to tackle tricky quantitative problems involving exponents: Exponents questions are common among advanced quantitative problems and generally fall into two categories, both of which involve a variable in the exponent. First are problems that... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 15, 2011 by

## GMAT Tip: Divisibility Mother Lode

Today’s GMAT challenge question comes from ManhattanGMAT.  To help you with your GMAT studying, try to solve the problem on your own, and then read on for the explanation of its solution: Problem If m is the square of integer n and m is divisible by 98, m must also... Read more »

Last Updated Jan 6, 2011 by

## GMAT Tip: GMAT Math Strategy – Think with your pen

Today’s GMAT Tip comes from our friends at Knewton.  In this post, they provide helpful hints on how to tackle particularly complex math problems.  Read on to see what they have to say! Here is a rather challenging GMAT math problem. Give it a shot: For every positive EVEN integer... Read more »

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