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GMAT Rate Problems: Rates of Consumption of Fuel

Welcome back to our series on GMAT quant rate problems. In the last article, we learned about the usefulness of “machine hours” for solving problems featuring more than two or three machines. This article will prepare you for questions that involve rates of...

GMAT Rate Problems: The Rate, Work, Time Relationship

The quantitative section of the GMAT works by using simple mathematical relationships to create challenging problems. This makes rate problems – which depend on simple relationships that are surprisingly versatile in their presentation and arrangement – a...

GMAT Divisibility Rules

Welcome back to our series on number properties. Last time we got familiar with prime factors as the substance of divisibility. In this article, we will extend this understanding by highlighting logical rules that sometimes come into play on GMAT number properties...

GMAT Number Properties: Divisibility and Prime Factors

Welcome back to our series on number properties. In this article, we cover the heart and soul of number properties: divisibility, specifically as it relates to the prime factors of integers. Here’s the all-important fact: divisibility boils down to shared primes....

GMAT Percentile Rankings: Demystified

By: Apex GMAT Contributor: Ilia Dobrev Date: 2nd June, 2021 The GMAT exam is an important part of the admissions process for over 7,000 business programs worldwide. GMAT performance is widely regarded as one of the best predictors of not only high academic honors, but...