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Statistics - Mean or Median?


Hypothetically speaking, given a choice between a question on median or one on mean, which would you choose? (not that we are fortunate enough to have a choice but no harm in dreaming) I would certain...

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Number Properties - Arithmetic Mean of Consecutive Integers


Let’s discuss an advanced arithmetic mean concept today - how arithmetic mean changes in a list of consecutive integers. What happens when you add an integer at the beginning or end of the list? What...

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Number Properties - Minimising Difference Between Numbers


Not every question of a standardised test can be solved using pure algebra, especially at higher levels. There will be questions which will need logic and quite a bit of thinking on your part.  These...

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Geometry - Beware of the Sneaky Options!


Test takers often ask for tips and short cuts to cut the work. So the question writer might want to award the test taker who pays attention to details and puts in the required effort.

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Verbal

Grammar/Sentence Correction - Tenses Module Practice Questions


Here are the questions from official GMAT practice tests whose explanations are provided in the tenses module. These questions are freely available to anyone planning to take GMAT.

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Geometry - Useful Properties of Pythagorean Triples


We discuss a few useful properties of primitive Pythagorean triples. A primitive Pythagorean triple is one in which the sides, a, b and c are co-prime. So, for example, (3, 4, 5) is a primitive Pythag...

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Latest News - Critical Reasoning Module


Coming up shortly - Our new module, Cricital Reasoning Basic Question Types

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Verbal

Critical Reasoning - What is an Assumption?


What we are going to discuss today is not so much a technique as a revelation of how you can identify the assumption in a particular argument by just fully understanding this – ‘what is an assumption?...

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Integrated Reasoning

Integrated Reasoning - Table Analysis


There are different types of questions you get in the IR section. We will take Table Analysis today. The good thing about table analysis is that it requires close to 0.0 calculations to arrive at the...

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Number Properties - Adding 1 to both Numerator & Denominator


We discuss an important number property today. It is useful to know not only for standardised tests but, if understood well, will also help you a lot in your course study. You will often come across a...

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