Posts Tagged ‘gmat critical reasoning’

Simplify Your Approach on GMAT Critical

By - Aug 21, 11:46 AM   Comments [1]

Students generally either love or hate GMAT Critical Reasoning questions. There’s usually not much middle ground. If you fall into the latter category, I’m about to make your life a while lot easier. The Key to Critical Reasoning GMAT CR questions test your ability to think critically...

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Real-Life Knowledge You Need to Know for the GMAT

By - Nov 27, 13:47 PM   Comments [0]

For the GMAT Verbal section, on Critical Reading and Reading Comprehension, you are not expected to have specialized expertise in the topics they discuss. Sometimes, though, it is particularly helpful to have general real world knowledge. If you make a habit of reading regularly– either...

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e-GMAT Verbal diagnostic

By - Sep 25, 16:25 PM   Comments [2]

Think you are ready to tackle GMAT Verbal. Register to take the e-GMAT SC, CR and RC diagnostic test free of charge to evaluate your performance against the best out there. Here is what the diagnostic tests contain: SC diagnostic: 15 questions with audio visual solutions RC...

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GMAT Club Marketplace, SC, CR, GMAT Pressure, Share your GMAT experience

By - Dec 14, 14:42 PM   Comments [0]

Announcements GMAT Club Marketplace – new from GMAT Club Savings up to 50% on GMAT courses, up to 50% off on GMAT questions, and up to 50% off on Admissions Consulting SC: Noun Modifiers – an exception to the rule SC: “Being” – how to use it correctly CR: “Explain...

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Common Wrong Answers on the GMAT: True, But Not the Right Answer!

By - Dec 1, 10:22 AM   Comments [0]

There’s nothing more frustrating than preparing thoroughly for the GMAT Critical Reasoning section — poring over hundreds of complex arguments, wrapping your head around triple negations, learning to spot an assumption from a mile away — only to end up losing points for something as...

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Knewton Tip: Top 5 Tips for Tackling Critical Reasoning

By - Nov 10, 07:06 AM   Comments [0]

Critical Reasoning questions compose a little less than one third of all the questions on the verbal section of the GMAT. Each CR question requires test-takers to analyze and/or identify certain parts of a specific argument – a vital skill not only for a high...

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Key Critical Reasoning skills: Strengthening and Weakening Arguments

By - Oct 25, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Once you have mastered the art of finding the central assumption of a critical reasoning problem, the next skill to focus on is identifying ways in which to strengthen or weaken an argument. As strengthen and weaken questions are even more prevalent on the GMAT...

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3-D Geometries, CR Questions, What not to do on the GMAT, Share your GMAT experience

By - Oct 21, 11:30 AM   Comments [0]

Math: 3-D Geometries – summary of important ideas and formulae 700 Level CR Questions – solve 10-20 per day What NOT to do on the GMAT – top five study mistakes 710 (47, 41) – what worked and what did not 710 (50, 37) – with redbull

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Attacking Bolded Statement Questions in Critical Reasoning

By - Oct 4, 09:00 AM   Comments [0]

Most Critical Reasoning questions hinge on assumptions. Most of those that do not hinge on assumptions, hinge on an understanding of the logic of the author’s argument. However, one type of Critical Reasoning question is significantly different in form, and thus requires a...

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50 Tricky Math Questions, CR Methods: An Approach to Find the Best Answers, Verbal Strategies, Ready for GMAT? Then Try This, 770 (Q 50, V 47): My GMAT Experience, 710 to 740: My GMAT Experience, 710 to 740: My GMAT Experience

By - May 3, 12:25 PM   Comments [0]

GMAT 50 Tricky Math Questions – see how well you can do CR Methods – an approch to find the best answers Verbal Strategies - for SC, RC and CR Ready for GMAT? - then try these questions 770 (Q 50, V 47) - my GMAT experience 710 to 740 – my GMAT...

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