by ApexGMAT | May 19, 2021 | Algebra, GMAT, Quant

GMAT Algebra Problem Introduction Hi guys. Today I’m here with a classic GMAT Algebra problem, what we call a parts problem. And if you take a look at this problem you’re going to realize that it just looks like a bunch of algebra. But the key here is in...
by ApexGMAT | Sep 17, 2020 | Arithmetic, GMAT, Quant

Today we’re going to look at a GMAT problem that screams for estimation but can really tie you in knots if you don’t have the right pivot question, the right perspective. Of the following which is greatest? And on its surface this would seem like a...
by ApexGMAT | Aug 6, 2020 | GMAT, Probability, Quant

Probability GMAT Problems can be super complex if you don’t frame it correctly. One of the keys to looking at probability problems, particularly conditional probability and independent probability problems, is breaking each part up into its own entity, and a lot...
by ApexGMAT | Jun 11, 2020 | Algebra, GMAT, Quant

The Snack shop GMAT problem is an average or a mean problem. A characteristic of many average problems is that one big takeaway right at the outset is that the answer choices are clustered tightly together. We want to refrain from making any calculations. The problem...
by ApexGMAT | May 19, 2020 | GMAT, GMAT Scoring, Meta-Strategy

One of the most common questions asked by those who are new to the GMAT is how exactly does the computer adaptive test or CAT work? The long and short of it is that if you get a problem correct, they give you a harder one, if you get a problem incorrect, they give you...