Verbal

GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 24): Arithmetic and Sentence Correction

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Math (DS) If is a positive integer, is the number of its divisors smaller than ? is defined as the smallest integer that is not less than . 1. is not a square of an integer 2. ...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 23): Overlapping Sets and Critical Reasoning

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Math (DS) In a certain office 25% of the computers are equipped with built-in modems and infra-red ports. What percentage of the computers are not equipped with either of these devices? 1. Half of the computers that are equipped with built-in modems do not have infra-red ports 2....

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GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 20): Arithmetic and Critical Reasoning

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Math (DS) Is ? 1. 2. Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - C - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals e-GMAT: Up to 37% off the world’s first prep course designed to help non-natives score higher...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 19): Arithmetic and Sentence Correction

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Math (PS) Which of the following is closest to ? (A) 0.50 (B) 0.89 (C) 0.98 (D) 1.02 (E) 1.05 Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - C - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Best Veritas Prep Discount from GMAT Club: $865 Savings ($165 discount + $700...

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Frequently Confused Words on the GMAT

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By Jen Rugani Certain words are very commonly confused for each other; this is by design. Here’s a core content piece you’d find in our course. The preposition among takes an object made up of more than two items, while the preposition between takes an object make up of exactly two items. We...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 18): Algebra and Sentence Correction

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Math (PS) If function satisfies for all , which of the following must be true? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - B - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Free GMAT Club tests(> 1,100 questions...

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GMAT SC: Wordy vs. Concise?

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Concision is a good thing on GMAT SC, but can you have too much of this good thing? As a general rule on GMAT Sentence Correction (and in life!), wordy is bad.  For example: 1) Buck Mulligan, who was a somewhat chubby person but who bore his weight with...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 17): Coordinate Geometry and Critical Reasoning

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Math (PS) Which of the following points is not on the line ? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer - E - (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Get $100 off a Manhattan GMAT course (and an...

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GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 16): Rate Problem and Critical Reasoning

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Math (DS) In the morning, John drove to his mother's house in the village at an average speed of 60 kmh. When he was going back to town in the evening, he drove more cautiously and his speed was lower. If John went the same distance...

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How to Weaken an Argument in GMAT Critical Reasoning

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More Than One Way Often the strongest ways to attack an argument is to undermine one of its pivotal assumptions: that’s something I discussed in this post:http://magoosh.com/gmat/2012/arguments-and-assumptions-on-the-gmat/.  Other ways of attacking an argument include: a) questioning the evidence cited, and/or questioning the starting point b) showing argument leads...

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