GMAT Online & GMAT Whiteboard Advice

Welcome to our GMAT Online and GMAT Whiteboard advice page! It’s a one-stop-shop for expert online GMAT/whiteboard analysis for our GMAT tutoring students and the GMAT public at large.

Below you’ll find articles on taking the GMAT online and getting the most out of the GMAT whiteboard along with video explanations using the GMAT Whiteboard practice tool from MBA.com.

We’ll be updating as anything new emerges. Feel to free to comment with any questions!

Should I take the Online GMAT Exam?

Should I take the Online GMAT Exam? a flawed exam but an easy choice

Switching from GMAT to GRE

Switching from GMAT to GRE

Switching from GMAT to GRE Over the past year you haven’t left a test prep stone unturned in pursuit of the holy grail GMAT score to support your MBA application. Bewilderingly, given the amount of work committed, 5 times over you’ve tasted bitter defeat.  Retake? Nope. GMAC only grants 5 GMATs per year. Is it…

GMAT Online vs in person?

GMAT Online vs in person?

Should you take a GMAT online or in-person? Before September 23rd it was absolutely in your best interest to take an online GMAT.

 

To give you a better sense for how to use the GMAT Whiteboard here are Official GMAT Questions solved using the GMAT Whiteboard practice tool from MBA.com. There's an in depth strategy blog post along with a video.

According to a certain estimate, the depth N(t), in centimeters, of the water in a certain tank at t hours past 2:00 in the morning is given by N(t) = −20(t − 5)2 + 500 for 0 ≤ t ≤ 10. According to this estimate, at what time in the morning does the depth of the water in the tank reach its maximum?

According to a certain estimate, the depth N(t), in centimeters, of the water in a certain tank at t hours past 2:00 in the morning is given by N(t) = −20(t − 5)2 + 500 for 0 ≤ t ≤ 10. According to this estimate, at what time in the morning does the depth of the water in the tank reach its maximum? A.…

The cost C, in dollars, to remove p percent of a certain pollutant from a pond is estimated by using the formula C=100,000p/(100−p). According to this estimate, how much more would it cost to remove 90 percent of the pollutant from the pond than it would cost to remove 80 percent of the pollutant?

The cost C, in dollars, to remove p percent of a certain pollutant from a pond is estimated by using the formula C=100,000p/(100−p). According to this estimate, how much more would it cost to remove 90 percent of the pollutant from the pond than it would cost to remove 80 percent of the pollutant? A. $500,000 B. $100,000 C.…

If a(a + 2) = 24 and b(b + 2) = 24, where a ≠ b, then a + b =

If a(a + 2) = 24 and b(b + 2) = 24, where a ≠ b, then a + b = A. -48 B. -2 C. 2 D. 46 E. 48 Correct Answer: B Full explanation coming soon. Send us a note if you’d like this added to the express queue! You’ll find tons of practice questions, explanations for GMAT Official Guide questions, and strategies on…

Mark and Ann together were allocated n boxes of cookies to sell for a club project. Mark sold 10 boxes less than n and Ann sold 2 boxes less than n. If Mark and Ann have each sold at least one box of cookies, but together they have sold less than n boxes, what is the value of n?

Mark and Ann together were allocated n boxes of cookies to sell for a club project. Mark sold 10 boxes less than n and Ann sold 2 boxes less than n. If Mark and Ann have each sold at least one box of cookies, but together they have sold less than n boxes, what is the value of n? A. 11 B. 12 C.…

In a recent election, Ms. Robbins received 8,000 votes cast by independent voters, that is, voters not registered with a specific political party. She also received 10 percent of the votes cast by those voters registered with a political party. If N is the total number of votes cast in the election and 40 percent of the votes cast were cast by independent voters, which of the following represents the number of votes that Ms. Robbins received?

In a recent election, Ms. Robbins received 8,000 votes cast by independent voters, that is, voters not registered with a specific political party. She also received 10 percent of the votes cast by those voters registered with a political party. If N is the total number of votes cast in the election and 40 percent of the…

Lastly here are explanation videos from the Atlantic GMAT Youtube page featuring the GMAT Whiteboard.

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