Originally Posted by ridethecliche
Wonder where that puts the MCAT.
The MCAT is legitimately difficult as it tests a pretty comprehensive set of actual, scientific knowledge. It is probably the "fairest" of the tests, but just by it's subject matter is difficult.
Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique
The GMAT at the 700+ level doesn't really test you on grammar or math, it basically at that level is testing you on how well you can take the GMAT.
There are absurd tricks and rules that the GMAT has that you need to remember and apply if you want to get a solid score. A lot of the higher level reasoning questions, for example, have a choice that sounds correct but based on the laws of the GMAT another one is the better choice. It's absurd. So you have to study your ass off to remember all these things, take the test, then forget them all.
+ 1,000. Yes, exactly right (and I am in that "tax bracket" so to speak so at least I have some legitimate perspective FWIW)
As for something RHET relevant I drastically reduced eating carbs all day a ways back and now load more in the morning consuming more proteins and vegetables throughout the day. Again, I'm not as knowledge and/or obsessive about tracking everything like most of you guys, but I can certainly say that at least for me it did make a difference.