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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...

## Exponents on The GMAT/EA: Everything You Need To Know

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...

## Bases Between -1 and 1

Many GMAT and Executive Assessment (EA) exponent problems – especially data sufficiency ones – require you to consider fractional bases. By this I mean proper fractions with values between -1 and 1, not improper fractions whose numerators exceed their...

## One on One GMAT Tutoring – Clients’ Perspective

For many people self-prepping for the GMAT for months on end leads to middling results. This can be discouraging and frustrating. Oftentimes, people preparing for the GMAT do not consider using a one-on-one GMAT tutor until it’s too late. Seeing improvement in your...

## Should You Hire An Expensive GMAT Tutor?

By: Apex GMAT Contributor: Ivan Minchev Date: 1 July, 2021 The GMAT is a relatively different exam from what most people would expect. It requires a more involved approach when it comes to preparation. There’s a whole array of ways one can prepare for the GMAT, such...