##### December 22, 2015

### Land Your Score: Quantitative Reasoning Problems, Part 1

Welcome to “Land Your Score,” a blog series in... Read more

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Try this advanced GMAT probability question, testing your knowledge of the ins and outs of how probability works. Problem: The events A and B are independent. The probability that event... Read more

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What should you do when you see a GMAT problem asking you for the average rate over an entire journey? Try your hand at this problem and let’s see. Problem:... Read more

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Knowing how to use the distance = rate x time formula in various permutations will help you tremendously on the classic GMAT speed word problems. Just remember that when asked... Read more

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As you may have noticed in prepping for the GMAT, in many cases the challenges you face in GMAT problems are less about the specific math skills, and more about... Read more

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As you have studied for the GMAT, you have probably heard over and over again that you need to make sure not to fall for trap answers. In no type... Read more

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Try your hand at this sample GMAT problem focusing on a specific probability situation. Sample Problem: Each person in Room A is a student, and 1/6 of the students in... Read more

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We invite you to give our GMAT Combinations Challenge question below a try! Aim for about 2 minutes and give it your best shot before reviewing the answer & explanation. ... Read more

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The last time we looked at GMAT rate problems dealing with two trains, we discussed how to identify the correct strategy for a particular problem. Now we are going to... Read more

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- MBA Programs
- New GMAT
- Probability
- Quantitative
- road to business school
- sentence correction
- strategy
- study
- test day
- The GMAT
- verbal

- 6 Ways to Calm Down When You’re Stressed from Studying
- 3 Signs a Business Degree Is Right for You
- 6 Tips for Getting MBA Tuition Reimbursement From Your Employer
- Does GMAT Integrated Reasoning Matter?
- Breaking Down the GMAT Format
- How Do You Study for the GMAT? Set Up a Calendar
- What is a Good GMAT Score?
- GMAT Quantitative: Two Types of Mixture Problems
- Does my GMAT Integrated Reasoning score matter?

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