Undoing Exponents: Radicals and Roots

Undoing Exponents: Radicals and Roots

As you will definitively have to deal with radicals on the GMAT and Executive Assessment (EA), we’ve put together an article for you to master the topic. Addition is “undone” by subtraction, multiplication is “undone” by division, and the powers notated by...
Why Choose Private EA Tutoring?

Why Choose Private EA Tutoring?

Achieving a great score on the EA exam is necessary to be considered for a spot in top MBA programs. So it is in your best interests to prepare for the test in the best manner possible. When it comes to EA prep, there are a variety of options on the market, from self...
How to Study for the EA: 5 Useful Tips

How to Study for the EA: 5 Useful Tips

Getting an MBA is a fundamental step towards many dream careers. For many decades standardized tests have been a huge part of the graduate and MBA application processes. The target scores of such exams vary from school to school, but there is a certain minimum score...
Understanding Exponents

Understanding Exponents

A key piece of algebraic notation on GMAT and Executive Assessment (EA)  quant problems is the exponent. Exponents appear on many kinds of quantitative problems, so fluency with exponents (and radicals) is an indispensable skill for achieving a competitive quant...
GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section

GMAT Integrated Reasoning Section

The GMAT Integrated Reasoning section is designed to test your ability to analyze and solve problems using multiple sources of information. This part of the GMAT tests your ability to reason by using both verbal and numerical abilities. You will be asked to interpret...