June 16, 2017

The ‘new year’ for applications is round the corner. For those who have the GMAT scores ready, it is pretty likely you know which schools you […]

May 15, 2017

As the Quantitative part of the GMAT focuses on the basics of mathematics, it’s important to know divisibility rules. So let’s discus the divisibility rules for […]

March 4, 2017

Unfortunately reading is not everyone’s cup of tea. And the experience gets more excruciating with every passing day because it requires of the ‘ reader’ just […]

December 26, 2016

A Polygon is a plane figure formed by at least three sides and angles. The table below displays details of some of the common polygons. Name […]

November 2, 2016

Probability is the most important and confusing topic on the quantitative section of standardized tests such as the GMAT and the GRE. Probability deals with the […]

October 4, 2016

Absolute values The absolute value represents the distance from zero on a number line. Mathematically absolute of X is written as |X|. Absolute value is always […]

July 29, 2016

What is a Paradox? Invariably I begin teaching this Critical Reasoning Question type by posing this question to the class and am no longer surprised by […]

May 23, 2016

The very first reason of testing MBA aspirants on Integrated Reasoning (IR) is analysis of Data! B-schools need to know how good the applicant is in […]

April 29, 2016

In some previous articles we have learnt about a few interesting concepts on exponents. In this piece of articulation let us enjoy some exam focused properties […]

March 13, 2016

In the previous article we discussed a few Data Sufficiency examples on Prime numbers. Let’s enjoy some more. 1. A Pierpont prime is a prime number […]