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GMAT testing engine: Factors affecting the GMAT score

Quick question: Is GMAT exam a computer based test or a computer adaptive test [CAT] in any way?
Ans: it’s adaptive and it is question adaptive. That means, if you do the current question correct, the next question will be harder than the present one. If you get the current question wrong, the next question would be easier than the one you answered wrong. For understanding the factors affecting the GMAT score, we shall consider…..

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5 Video Games that can help boost your GMAT Reasoning skills

For starters, many games are designed to challenge players on these aspects. Also, there are several studies that prove a positive correlation between playing video games and improved professional performance. Take this study for instance where a group of surgeons who played video games regularly showed a marked decrease in the rate of errors they made and a marked increase in their ……..

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Using the Scratchpaper and Noteboard effectively: The Rule of Three

You might have heard that all the golden rules come in threes. This, surprisingly, is also applicable to test takers on the day of the test. The rule of three or power of three is a writing principle that suggests that things that come in threes are funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than other numbers of things. This is especially true when practicing for or attempting the actual GMAT. In this post, we will look at three golden rules that concern

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How to: Score a 720+ on the GMAT

Contrary to what you might believe, someone who scores a 720+ on the GMAT isn’t necessary a genius with an extraordinary IQ; neither is he necessarily a master of theoretical Math or English. In fact, many of the high scorers on GMAT aren’t too proficient with advanced math or even with advanced grammar……

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