Articles tagged with GMAT

## COVID-19 Updates: List of Standardized Test Changes (Current as of March 20, 2020)

With COVID-19 precautions forcing the cancellation and postponement of large gatherings of people, standardized tests like the ACT and SAT are finding themselves in similar situations to the NCAA Tournament and Coachella, weighing decisions to postpone or cancel certain test administrations in the name of public safety. And like most airlines and cruises, most testing agencies are relaxing their cancellation and rescheduling policies so that those concerned about coronavirus have the option to postpone their tests, penalty-free. Wondering what’s happening with a standardized test that you’re planning to take this spring?  Her ... Read More About COVID-19 Updates: List of Standardized Test Changes (Current as of March 20, 2020)

## How is the GMAT Changing in 2017?

As of July 11, 2017, the GMAT’s "Select Section Order" feature is available to all test-takers. This change will allow students to decide among three GMAT section orders: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal (which is the original order) Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Writing Assessment Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment All of the GMAT sections will otherwise remain the same—with the same time limits, types of questions, and optional breaks as in the past. The only difference is that you will be able to c ... Read More About How is the GMAT Changing in 2017?

## 4 Time Management Strategies for the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning Section

The GMAT’s Integrated Reasoning section, which was introduced in 2012, consists of 12 complex questions that you must answer in only 30 minutes. It includes four question types: Graphics Interpretation, Multi-Source Reasoning, Table Analysis, and Two-Part Analysis. Each Integrated Reasoning problem requires you to analyze provided data, and to then answer multiple parts of the question correctly in order to receive credit. What are the best ways to process such a large amount of information from multiple sources in a brief period of time? Here are four time management strategies for the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning section: 1. Read the ... Read More About 4 Time Management Strategies for the GMAT's Integrated Reasoning Section

## How to Prepare for GMAT Vocabulary

When it comes to tackling the GMAT, unlike the GRE, you won’t be tested on the meanings of individual vocabulary words in context. You will need to feel comfortable with the type of vocabulary used on the GMAT, however, particularly in Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Integrated Reasoning questions. There are many ways to prepare for GMAT vocabulary, such as taking practice tests and incorporating GMAT vocabulary into your daily life to gain familiarity. When preparing for GMAT vocabulary, you will need to understand both the content of the passages and how to answer the related questions. For students who need help with G ... Read More About How to Prepare for GMAT Vocabulary

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