GMAT Tip: When Shortcuts Don't Work

To have a shot at a 700+ score on the GMAT, you need to embrace the fact that the GMAT starts to employ new tricks as you move up in difficulty level. Photograph by Getty Images

The GMAT Tip of the Week is a weekly column that includes advice on taking the Graduate Management Admission Test, which is required for admission to most business schools. Every week an instructor from a top test-prep company will share suggestions for improving your GMAT score. This week’s tip comes from Brian Galvin, director of academic programs at Veritas Prep.

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