# GMAT & MBA Admissions Blog

In the following article, we’re going to delve into problem-solving best practices for the GMAT exam. You can either read this article or watch the correspondingon YouTube. To make things easier to digest, we’ve broken the contents of the video up into 2 parts. In this segment, hosted by one of MyGuru's most experienced GMAT tutors, we will explore the ins and outs of the problem solving process. In part 1 of this article, we discussed the frequency and format of problem solving questions and their strategic implications. If you haven’t yet read it, we suggest you go back and make sure you understand that first.

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In the following article, we’re going to delve into mental math and manual calculation best practices for the GMAT exam. You can either read this article or watch the corresponding video on YouTube. To make things easier to digest, we’ve broken the contents of the video up into 3 parts. If you haven’t read part 1 yet, we recommend you go back and do that before venturing further. In this segment, we will specifically discuss the strategic implications of the GMAT’s mathematical components. In segment 3, we’ll outline the manual calculation drills on mathaids.com.

In the following article, we’re going to delve into mental math and manual calculation best practices for the GMAT exam. You can either read this article or watch the corresponding video on YouTube. To make things easier to digest, we’ve broken the contents of the video up into 3 parts. If you haven’t read parts 1 and 2 yet, we recommend you go back and do that before venturing further. In this segment, we’ll outline the manual calculation drills available on mathaids.com.

When people are just beginning their GMAT prep journey, they tend to have a lot of questions.  Our GMAT tutors have heard them all. Here are our answers to 6 common GREP prep questions.