# GRAD School / MBA News and GMAT / GRE Strategy

Stay current with the latest grad school or MBA admissions news as well as proven GMAT and GRE strategies.

## Technical Mathematics Part 1 (Exam Overview and Question Types)

In this article, we’re going to discuss best practices for doing technical mathematics on the GMAT exam. You can either read this article or watch this GMAT technical mathematics 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 frequency and format of technical mathematics questions and their strategic implications. In segments 2 and 3, we’ll work through examples of technical mathematics questions and provide a clear outline of the problem-solving process.

## Using Logic to Solve GRE Quantitative Comparisons

In this article, we’ll work through a standard GRE Quantitative Comparison question from the ETS Official Guide to demonstrate how estimating can be more efficient than calculating the exact answer. You can either read this article or watch this GMAT sentence correction video on YouTube.

## Understanding GRE Quantitative Comparison Questions

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In this article, we’ll work through a standard GMAT sentence correction question that involves comparisons using an Official Guide to the GMAT diagnostic exam practice problem. You can either read this article or watch this GMAT sentence correction video on YouTube.

## Should I take the GRE or the GMAT?

If you’re considering applying to grad school, you may have asked yourself this question. Figuring this out is a crucial stage in your grad school trajectory, as these tests not only require significant lead-time for registration, preparation, and score reporting, but the GMAT and GRE are also structured differently, serve different purposes, test you on different skills, reward different thinking styles, and can be viewed somewhat differently by MBA programs and grad schools.

## Key Strategies for GRE – Quantitative Comparison Questions

On the GRE, the Quantitative Comparison questions ask you to compare two numeric quantities—Quantity A and Quantity B.