The Interim Online GMAT Exam

Hello GMATers! As we predicted, registration for the Online GMAT  is finally availabe (see all the details about it here). This video summarizes what you need to know: These are the 10 main things that you need to know about this exam: Appointment dates are available beginning April 20, 2020, until June 15, 2020 (registration…

Free Saturday GMAT Seminars

We offer 3 hours of GMAT seminars every Saturday. These seminars include a revision of weekly homework assignments, including the theory and strategies to solve easy, medium, and hard GMAT questions. We work exclusively with official GMAT material, retired questions from past exams. These questions are identical in structure and content to those you will…

GMAT Idioms List

What are Idioms? Idioms are phrases that are considered correct according to standard English. Many idiomatic structures have passed from generation to generation without significant changes, so they don’t always follow the grammatical rules we’ve been discussing. If you are a native English speaker, idioms are probably not much of an issue. Native speakers learn…

If, Whether, or Whether or Not

By Clipper Ledgard When we are presented with the split “if” or “whether”, we should use “whether” unless it introduces a conditional clause: I will not run if I am tired.     Conditional => Correct I do not know if I can believe you.   Not conditional => Incorrect If the clause is not a conditional, “whether”…

“Due to”: The GMAT vs. Other Authorities

By Clipper Ledgard In the GMAT, Sentence correction tests the usage of expressions that are frequently incorrect according to GMAT standards. One of these expressions is “due to”. Many people use the expression “due to” as a synonym of “because of”. However, “due to” is an adjective phrase, meaning “caused by”; therefore, it should only…

Shorter GMAT Exam

The following article was copied from the official GMAT website. Beginning April 16, 2018, the GMAT exam will be shortened by 30 minutes to a 3.5-hour exam, including the breaks and test instructions. This includes a 23-minute reduction in the exam sections, as well as additional time and content reduction across several non-exam screens at…