Success Story: Sanket’s journey to 760
Verbal Live Prep customer Sanket Sharma describes his journey to 760, detailing out how he prepared for both quant and Verbal. He credits Verbal Live Prep, “making routines”, and “spending time judiciously” as key factors that helped him score 99 percentile on the GMAT.
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Article: Compare Mean and Median in 20 seconds
Learn how to breeze through IR questions involving mean and median by using two shortcuts described by Shalabh Jain – e-GMAT
's IR expert. Pay close attention to the Sherlock Holmes method – comparison by deduction.Article link
E-GMAT bakery:5 fresh Questions
Think you are ready for the GMAT!! Attempt these 5 questions – fresh from the e-GMAT
1. Critical Reasoning
are two questions (Weaken/Assumption) by e-GMAT
expert Chiranjeev. I am sure these questions will make you think critically. Read the question prompt very carefully before going to the answer choices.
2. Integrated Reasoning
: Want to test you skills on weighted average - try solving this question
in 2.5 minutes.
3. Sentence Correction
: Here are two fresh 700 level questions that Payal and Shraddha created. One of them has been rated by Souvik – MBA forum director, as one of the best discussions . Question 1 link
, Question 2 link
Become Smarter: Read these posts by e-GMAT experts
- This post not only presents clarification of some most of the confusing answer choices but also clarifies an established confusion – a modified entity cannot lie in the prepositional phrase.
- One of the most challenging Bold Face questions, explained in a very lucid manner. The post not only provides a detailed explanation for the answer but also provides a way to approach such questions in general.
– A question with 58 replies, with two options getting almost one-half posts each in their favor. In this assumption question where the conclusion is hiding among the premises and opinions, the e-GMAT
post provides a way to find out the conclusion and pre-think the correct answer.
– Towards the end, difference between “due to” and the “because of” has been simplified through a GMAT Prep question.
- Another official question where understanding the intended meaning is the key to solve the problem. Also use of a noun modifier is worth understanding.
– This is one of those posts which resolves very common nuances built in the official CR questions. It talks about “only way vs one of the ways” and whether weakeners can make assumptions. In addition, the post explains the nuance using an analogy.
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