DiscoverWizako's GMAT Podcasts
Wizako's GMAT Podcasts

Wizako's GMAT Podcasts

Author: K S Baskar

Subscribed: 9Played: 26


GMAT news, updates, concepts and lessons in quant and verbal, practice questions, tips, strategy sessions to maximize your score, business school application guidance, veteran speak, success stories. Essentially, all things GMAT and only things GMAT.
6 Episodes
We are in November, a time when Round 1 deadlines for most schools have lapsed, interviews and admits are being handed out left and right. For those who missed applying before Round 1 deadlines, don't worry.In this episode, K S Baskar talks about taking up GMAT Preparation in November, who should prep now, what kind of prospects you have for an MBA education - in 2022, and 2023. He also leaves you with a rigorous & detailed study plan, which if followed, will help you overcome your white whale - The GMAT.Download now, and get cracking!Book a free one-on-one GMAT Strategy Session with us to get started with your GMAT Prep - up for a Free Demo Class of our Live Online Classes to try before you buy -
3 GMAT Practice Questions in Number Properties. These questions were provided as practice question in the last GMAT podcast episode. In this episode of Wizako's GMAT podcast, we discuss detailed solution to the questions.Question 1 - GMAT Problem Solving - GMAT 600 Level QuestionWhich of the following numbers is irrational? A. Sqrt (20/45)B. (7 sqrt(3))/sqrt 27C. 1/sqrt 64D. 7/3.1E.  sqrt(36/63)Question 2 - GMAT Data Sufficiency - GMAT 650 Level QuestionIs the positive number x an integer?Statement 1: 5x is an integer.Statement 2: x/5  is an integer.Question 3 - GMAT Data Sufficiency - GMAT 700 Level QuestionIf a, b, and  c are non-zero numbers, how many of these three numbers are positive numbers?Statement 1: a + b + c > 0Statement 2: The number of negative numbers is more than the number of positive numbers among these three numbers.
GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Concepts 01 | Number Systems | Classification of Numbers | Operation on Real NumbersIn this episode, we dive into structured learning of GMAT Quant concepts. We look at numbers systems - classification of numbers, starting from natural numbers all the way to rational and irrational numbers and real and imaginary numbers. We also discuss odd and even numbers and positive and negative numbers. The episode also includes results of adding, subtracting, and multiplying two odd, two even, one odd and one even number. We repeat this exercise for two positive, two negative, and one positive and one negative number.The episode ends with three GMAT level practice questions to help consolidate concepts covered. Two of these 3 questions are data sufficiency questions. We will discuss answers and explanation to these three questions in the next episode.Sign up as a trial user @ and kick start your Online GMAT Preparation now. It takes 3 steps and 5 minutes to start your GMAT prep.
The GMAT Online Exam is GMAC's response to making the test available to students in these trying times when Covid 19 lock down has closed down test centers in many parts of the world. While the online version is a God sent manna for those who have a deadline to catch, it comes with its own idiosyncrasies. Did you know that you do not have access to a scratch pad to do calculations when take the online exam? How will "not having access to a handwritten option to do calculation" impact your performance in the GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Section and the Integrated Reasoning section?Also, did you know that you cannot preview your score at the end of the test and you do not have the recourse to cancelling the score for the online exam? Listen to the podcast to get the low-down of the GMAT Online Exam and figure out whether you should opt for this variant.You may also want to read more details about this on the blog post @ answer to last episode's question and an interesting question in this episode.CheersK S Baskar & Team WizakoWizako - GMAT Online Course
Rules and exceptions | Use of the definite article | The history and interesting factsI came across an interesting article by a research scholar Sendor about the appropriate use of the definite article in the In this podcast, I have discussed my learning from Sendor's article and other sources on not just the rules and exceptions governing use of the definite article but also interesting facts and history behind some notable examples.Tune in to get the complete details.
The GMAT exam goes online from the middle of April 2020. You will be able to take the test from the comfort of your home. The COVID-19 lock down in different parts of the world has necessitated this step by the makers of the test.Listen in to know the format of the test, the requirements to take the test at home, GMAT fees for the online version, and the process to schedule an appointment for the GMAT exam.Lastly, there is a quick math question that you can answer to wrap this episode.CheersBaskar & Team Wizako
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store