Inference Vs Assumption - the confusion ends here
Some students are confused between inference and Assumption because the phrase “Must be True” is used in both question types. This article outlines the differences between Inference and Assumption, clearing addressing these doubts. It also provides a great explanation for the only inference official question that seems to have a conclusion. Click here to read the article.
Competition: 5 approaches to compare Mean and Median
Your ability to quickly sift through data is a key factor that determines success on Integrated Reasoning. To help you develop this ability we announced the Mean Vs. Median competition
. Fameatop, the winner of the competition, presented 4 approaches to compare Mean and Median. Click here
to read his solution as well as the official solution presented by e-GMAT
expert Shalabh. Click here to read reviews on e-GMAT IR course.
e-GMAT Bakery: 4 Fresh Questions
Think you are ready for the GMAT !! Attempt these 4 questions – fresh from the e-GMAT
1. Critical Reasoning:
Assumption is the flavor this week. Click here
to test your assumption skills on an interesting environmental argument.
2. Integrated Reasoning (MSR):
Did you ever make money in stocks? Here is a much awaited MSR-GI hybrid question on stocks. Hone your skills on not only 1 but 2 skills tested on Integrated Reasoning. Talk about great returns on your time. Click here
to attempt the question.
3. Sentence Correction:
Here are two fresh 700 level questions that Payal and Shraddha created.
=> Question 1:
Apple: Design and Competition link
=> Question 2:
No room for Error: link
Become Smarter: Read these posts by e-GMAT experts
- What happens when two events occur and you know the consequences of only one of these events? What can you infer in such a situation? Read this detailed solution to the 700-level inference question posted last week, to find out the answer. http://gmatclub.com/forum/a-700-level-inference-question-146421.html#p1174390
- Want to understand the traps built in incorrect answer choices in difficult strengthen questions. Read this detailed and lucid explanation of the solution of the challenging strengthen question posted last week: http://gmatclub.com/forum/a-challenging-strengthen-question-146420.html#p1174389
- Want to know the different ways a weakener can impact a conclusion. Read this post which explains the same through two OG questions: in one question a weakener weakens the conclusion and in another a weakener shatters the conclusion. http://gmatclub.com/forum/which-of-the-following-most-logically-completes-the-143975-20.html#p1174344
- A very interesting discussion on use of “would verb” to indicate future event in past. Yes frame of reference is the key in this question. Definitely worth the read - http://www.beatthegmat.com/oxford-dictionary-t167831.html#566189
- Ever wondered what is the number of the word “that” and when you use “those” in place of “that”. Read this discussion and stop wondering!!! http://www.beatthegmat.com/that-is-singular-or-plural-role-of-that-t166906.html#563699
- if you have wondered about when past perfect tense is absolutely essential, read this analysis of a pretty popular OG question. http://www.beatthegmat.com/tense-doubt-t166916.html#563687
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