## Ultimate Guide to GMAT Geometry, Part II: Perimeter, Area, Parallelograms

Ultimate Guide to GMAT Geometry, Part II: Polygons, Perimeter and Area, Parallelograms Chapter 5: Polygons in GMAT Geometry Remember how I’ve mentioned like ten times about how a straight line creates a 180-degree angle? If not, well, it does. Now, think about this. What happens if we were to magically fracture that line? If we … Read More

## QUICK SOLUTION to List T Consists of 30 Positive Decimals GMAT

Here’s the Solution to this Crazy-ass Problem: List T Consists of 30 Positive Decimals… Now I’m not going to lie and tell you this question is easy. It’s actually a total beast. And for that reason, I suggest that you repeat this question and repeat it again and then repeat it again until it makes … Read More

## Simple GMAT Fractions Trick for Dividing by 9s (Video!)

Here’s a simple GMAT Fractions trick that will help you out when you see a situation where you have to divide by 9 or 99 or 999, etc. It’s actually a really neat little trick and you’ll see it quite often in questions such as this one: Here is a quick tip for you, you … Read More

## although she was considered among her contemporaries to be the better poet — EXPLAINED — Possessive Antecedent in GMAT Sentence Correction

Is it even possible to use Possessive Antecedent on the GMAT? This is an interesting topic that recently came up on Reddit. So… can you use a possessive antecedent on GMAT? Short answer: YES, but try doing it sparingly. It’s not good writing or good practice. By the way, if you don’t know what a … Read More

## Amounts of Money: Singular or Plural in GMAT Sentence Correction?

Are amounts of money singular or plural in GMAT Sentence Correction? Short answer: BOTH. Seems like this might be tricky, but it actually won’t matter and depends on context. That is, do you say “two-hundred dollars IS on the table” or “two-hundred dollars ARE on the table?” It will really depend whether you want to … Read More