# GMAT

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## AIOU Introduces GRE-GMAT and TOFEL Tests

Islamabad, Vice Chancellor of Allama Iqbal Open University Dr. Nazir Ahmed Sangi has announced that they are going to introduce GRE-GMAT and TOEFL tests to enable our students to get higher education within and outside the country. The tests will be conducted with the collaboration of United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan. The representative of USEFP has said that they will provide their support to the ... Full story

## GMAT Sentence Correction

Introduction The GMAT sentence correction questions are designed to test your ability to identify grammatically-correct written English. The questions begin with sentences, all or parts of ... Full story

## GMAT Sentence Correction Questions

Below are a sample set of sentence correction questions similar to those found in the verbal section of the GMAT. Due to the relatively small number of ... Full story

1) D. The underlined portion of the sentence brevity. This should be pretty obvious. What may not seem as obvious is that there is a subject verb disagreement between "message" and "make". Be aware that the GMAT test writers like prepositional phrases between the subject and verb to mask this disagreement to add. Option A, B and C can be eliminated, since each false start ... Full story

## GMAT Data Sufficiency

The Data Sufficiency Section Introduction The GMAT test writers use the data sufficiency questions to test your ability to "reason quantitatively". This stands in sharp contrast to the problem ... Full story

1) C.  Recall that the sum of the 3 accounts is \$3 million. If the largest is \$1.3 million, then the sum of the other two accounts ... Full story

## GMAT Problem Solving

Introduction The problem solving questions of the GMAT test are designed more to test your understanding of the underlying mathematical concepts than to test your ability to actually ... Full story

## GMAT Problem Solving Questions

Below are a sample set of problem solving questions similar to those found in the quantitative section of the GMAT. Due to the relatively small ... Full story