No guide sufficiently teaches you when to drop certain terms in parallelism.

I've looked everywhere, and no guide really explains it well. The only OK one is in MGMAT SC book, which says that you need to repeat the front terms if there is a closed parallel... more


What is the one thing I am going to forget on the math subject GRE tomorrow?

As I finish up my final study session for the subject test tomorrow, I was wondering if anyone had some general advice/ often forgotten facts that might come in handy.


Planning on taking a practice GMAT w/ zero studying to get a baseline. I'm hoping to end up with a 720+, what is a good "first time score" to get? How much can be improved from a GMAT?

Planning on spending a lot of time studying for the GMAT, but if I end up with a 600 or something for my practice test, I'm concerned I'll just be worried it's impossible to get to my 720+ goal.... more


What don’t they tell you about GRE tests?

Is a good GRE score enough for a non-math graduate to be accepted in a decent pure mathematics graduate program?

I have a computer engineering degree , and i have studied several mathematics courses like single variable and multiples variables calculus , complex variables , probability , numerical analysis... more


Is there still room to improve on CR/RC, or am I at the point of diminishing returns?

Went through all the OG Guide questions, got 130/139 on reading comprehension questions and 114/124 on critical reasoning. Auditing my mistakes, aside from a few questions where I could have... more


Which of the following most accurately describes this conclusion?

Luke and Matt are planning on going out to see a movie this Saturday. If they see a science fiction movie Matt will be bored, but if they see a horror movie Luke will find it too scary. Therefore... more

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