The Executive Assessment is a relatively new test for admission to Executive MBA programs worldwide. Because it is so fresh there are a lot of questions out there regarding the test format, questions, scoring, difficulty level, how it compares to the GMAT and GRE, and many others. We’re starting an Executive Assessment FAQ right here
The title says it all. GMAC has blindsided us with a fresh set of tough GMAT questions. Though they are a great study resource, the official guides have always been a bit tight with the top shelf questions. And with every new GMAT official guide the new questions have tended to be heavily tilted towards
Keeping up with our GMAT duties we have the new GMAT Official Guide 2020. No surprise, it’s very similar to the OG2019, OG2018 and so on. Just looking around the online question bank, which is helpful, I noticed that you have a calculator on offer for all of the sections.
LSAT follows GMAT Goes Digital Suspiciously soon after the GMAT (and GRE) were brought into the law school admissions test circle of trust, the LSAT, reigning emperor of law school entrance exams, is adding convenience features for test takers. July 2019 will usher in the era of digital LSAT.
For a certain race, 3 teams were allowed to enter 3 members each. A team earned 6 – n points whenever one of its members finished in nth place, where 1 ≤ n ≤ 5. There were no ties, disqualifications, or withdrawals. If no team earned more than 6 points, what is the least possible