GMAT Tips: The Numbers Game

Experts offer advice on improving your score on the business-school admissions test's quantitative section

Before he began studying for the GMAT exam, Jason Adler had been working in public relations for six years and hadn't taken a math course since his freshman year in college. "I had spent the last six years writing, and as an undergrad I majored in communications and politics," says Adler, who started full-time at the Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration this fall.

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