There is not a vocabulary list.
But knowing certain concepts is critical. In CR, the Powerscore CR
(it's long, but good) or the Manhattan guide could be useful.
In SC, there are some words to remembers. Certain words that are usually evaluated (such as Like, as..as, etc.). The Manhattan SC guide could be useful too.
If you are native speaker, probably you won't need to memoriz the whole list because the GMAT is not evaluating idioms too much. But there are some critical words; in the OG you will notice.
"Life’s battle doesn’t always go to stronger or faster men; but sooner or later the man who wins is the one who thinks he can."
My Integrated Reasoning Logbook / Diary: my-ir-logbook-diary-133264.html
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