GMAT Hacks

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Question According to GMAT Hacks website which is 10 secrets of GMAT?

Answer You want to know10 secrets of GMAT so According to GMAT Hacks website here it is:

1. Time Management is everything

Everything. It doesn’t matter whether you can answer a question correctly; it matters whether you can do so in the time allotted. Finishing each section (i.e., giving yourself enough time to get through all 37 math questions or 41 verbal questions) is crucial to your score.

2. The Last Questions Are As Important As the First

The most persistent myth about the GMAT (and other computer-adaptive tests) is that the first few questions make or break your score. It’s not true. Odds are, if you get most of the first five questions wrong, you’re not going to get a high score, but that has a lot more to do with your skill level than the algorithm that determines your score.

Rest of information is available in attached file which you can free download.

Top Secrets of GMAT

GMAT Gurgaon

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Question : Will you please give me the list of the GMAT test centres in Gurgaon with contact details, & also give me GMAT coaching centres?

You are looking for the GMAT test centres in Gurgaon with contact details, I am giving here:

GMAT Test Centres:

Prometric Testing Pvt. Ltd
2nd Floor,
DLF Infinity Tower – A
Sector 25,
Phase II, DLF City,
Gurgaon 122002 Haryana
Phone: +91-12-44147745
Test Center Code: 8911

GMAT Coaching Centres:
Achievers Point


T.I.M.E.(Triumphant Institute Of Management Education Pvt. Ltd)

GMAT Guide

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Provide me content of GMAT Preparation Guide?


Following are contents of GMAT Preparation Guide:
Ch. 2: Reading Comprehension
How to actively read texts for tone and bias
How to read quickly and efficiently How to analyze essay structure
The 10 major question types
Additional practice questions

Ch. 5: Mathematics
Comprehensive math review of all subjects on the GMAT
Basic math
Additional practice questions

Ch: 7: Data Sufficiency
Data sufficiency strategies
Main data sufficiency trick question types
4-step technique to data sufficiency questions
Additional practice questions

Ch. 3: Critical Reasoning
How to analyze arguments
Types of arguments
How to spot logical fallacies and statistical fallacies
7 critical Reasoning question types
Additional practice questions

Ch. 6: Math Word Problems
How to read math questions
a. Percentages
b. Interest, discount, and markups
c. Progressions
d. Uniform motion
e. Ratio and proportion
f. Grouping and counting
g. Data interpretation
h. Symbols
4-step technique to word problems
Math review
Standard deviation
Additional practice questions

Ch. 4. Sentence Correction
150 idioms frequently used on the GMAT
8 types of sentence correction errors
Typical sentence correction question
How to identify trick sentence correction questions.
3-step technique to sentence correction questions
Additional practice questions

GMAT Guidance

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Kindly provide me the name of the books and question papers which give GMAT Guidance…


You can get the GMAT Questions paper form the attachment given below. This is the content of the attached file:

x3/2 + 2x + 1 is an exponential expression while 2x + 3 is not an exponential expression. Similarly, x3 = 27 is an exponential equation while x + 2 = 29 is not an exponential equation.

Remaining questions are in the attachment. Click on it…

GMAT Test Practice Questions

Here I am also uploading the images of the GMAT Books:

Gmat book

Book 1

book 2

book 3

book 4


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Will you please provide me the GMAT, GRE entrance exam eligibility?

The GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admission Test.
The GRE stands for Graduate Record Exam.

Both of exams GMAT & GRE is conducted for taking admission in management course, conducted by most of business schools.

GMAT Eligibility:
The candidates should have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university.

The candidate’s age should 18 years need to submit a written form duly signed by their parents.

GRE Eligibility:
The applicants should have a undergraduate degree (offered under 10+2+4 years of minimum education basis) from any of the recognized Universities.

GMAT Grammar Rules

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GMAT is primarily trying to test our knowledge of written English, which is more formal than the English that we speak every day or even than that we write. This Grammar book gives you a thorough yet concise background of English grammar that you need to succeed in the GMAT Sentence Correction Section. The GMAT is often testing your ability to match up subject verb agreement. Even if you are comfortable with the English language, you might struggle with the 700+ type of questions, where the GMAT Sentence correction section tests deeper understanding of Grammar rather than just testing the standard rules that the commonly available guides provide.

GMAT Grammar

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Give me list of GMAT Grammar Rules.


Following is GMAT Grammar Rules list:

Subject – Verb Agreement
Sentence should be constructed in such a way that subject and verb agree with noun count and usage.

Pronoun Agreement
Pronoun agreement errors embedded with other question types.

Parallel Construction/Parallelism
Parallelism involves maintaining a similar structure when you use phrases, clauses or words.

In case of stuck with two answer choices that would have very little difference in usage. In such cases, look for diction.

Misplaced Modifiers/Dangling Modifiers
In case of GMAT is misplaced modifiers.

GMAT Good Score

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The GMAT test is only one of several parameters which the graduate schools look at to determine the selection of an applicant. A high score alone does not translate into an admission offer from a great school. There is no doubt that you should target a high GMAT score and that a high score will improve your chances of admission. A high score projects you as a person with good analytical and verbal skills, both of which are necessary to perform well in a management program and later, after completion of your course, to perform in real life business situations. The GMAT could be one of the most important factors for admission. If you have a score that is much higher than the average GMAT score indicated by the university, your chances of admission are really good as long as you fulfill the basic requirements.


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Question : Tell me name of some good for preparation of GMAT exam which is published by Graduate Management Council.

Ans: Following is list of GMAT books published by Graduate Management Council:

The Official Guide for GMAT, 13th Edition

The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review

GMAT Focus

GMAT Paper Tests

GMAT Write

GMAT Geometry

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GMAT Geometry


I need chapter list which ask in GMAT geometry can you provide me it?


Geometry is always a logical puzzle. The GMAT gives you a tiny piece of information about a figure, and you must logically deduce the information the question wants

I am providing you chapter of geometry in GMAT:-

GMAT Geometry:

Contents of Geometry Chapter: Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Angles and Lines
Chapter 2: Intersecting Angles
Chapter 3: Triangles
Chapter 4: Circles
Chapter 5: Perimeters & Areas
Chapter 6: Solids
Chapter 7: Coordinate Geometry

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