# 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 corresponding video on 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 specifically discuss the frequency and format of problem solving questions and their strategic implications. In segment 2, we’ll discuss the problem solving process and work through some examples.

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.

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. In this segment, hosted by one of MyGuru's most experienced GMAT tutors,  we will specifically discuss the different question types that require calculations on the exam. In segments 2 and 3, we’ll outline recommended calculation strategies and the manual calculation drills on mathaids.com

Are you looking for a simple and easy-to-follow overview of what concepts are covered on the GMAT, what key GMAT test-taking strategies you need to know, and how to register for the GMAT exam? In the following article, we'll discuss the logistics for both the online and in-person GMAT test-taking processes in the post covid era. You can either read this article or watch our GMAT exam overview video on YouTube. To make things easier to digest, we've broken the content of the video up into two parts. In this post, we'll cover the differences between the online and in-person GMAT administrations. In part two, we'll cover the test-taking strategies you can glean from the structure of the exam.

Students studying for the GMAT often wonder if they should hire a tutor. While some people insist that self-study or traditional GMAT prep courses are a suitable way of achieving a high score on the GMAT, most test prep experts agree that having a GMAT tutor is the most efficient way to reach your potential. If you’re on the fence about whether or not you need help before you take the GMAT, this article will help you decide whether to hire a tutor for the GMAT.

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## Is a GMAT tutor worth it?

Since I am writing this on a GMAT blog hosted by a GMAT tutoring company, you might expect me to say that unequivocally, a GMAT tutor is worth it. But the answer is clearly “it depends.”

In this article, we’ll introduce you to the concept of using a GMAT error log while you are studying for the GMAT.

## If you are targeting EMBA programs, the Executive Assessment exam may be your best option.

Executive MBA (EMBA) programs are for experienced professionals looking to earn an MBA without taking a full two years off. Traditional or part-time MBA programs are generally for less experienced, typically younger professionals. They can be structured as full-time one or two-year programs, or as part-time programs that take 3-5 years to complete. But when it comes to considering whether to take the Executive Assessment exam or the GMAT, you only have a choice if you are considering an EMBA program. Full time MBA programs require the GMAT or GRE (although some less selective programs don’t require an entrance exam at all).