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10 Easy GMAT Sentence Correction Problems

Here’s some easy sentence correction problems I wrote. The answers are in a spoiler block at the end of the post. Feel free to email to post comments or email with questions. 1. The city of Memphis is located in the U.S. state of Tennessee, where the Mississippi and Wolf Rivers meet just south of […]

GMAT Practice Question: Ratios

The ratio of the number of students, teachers, and administrators at Charter School is 5 to 2 to 1.  If the ratio of the students to administrators is doubled and the ratio of the teachers to administrators is halved, then how many students are at the school if there are four administrators left after the changes? A) […]

GMAT Unit Conversion and Scientific Notation Guide

I’ve noticed that many students struggle with unit conversion problems on the GMAT. In theory, they shouldn’t be that hard, since they are straight arithmetic problems. However, many students set up the problems incorrectly: they multiply when they should have divided, and vice versa. In order to clearly demonstrate the correct setup of unit conversion […]