

Critical ReasoningHow to Weaken an Argument in GMAT Critical ReasoningMore 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/argumentsandassumptionsonthegmat/. Other ways of attacking an argument include: a) questioning the evidence cited, and/or questioning the starting point b) showing argument leads... Assumptions: GMAT and OtherwiseBy Lucas Weingarten Sometimes you stumble upon something that is too full of coincidence to pass up. Inc. recently published an online article that seems written with the GMAT in mind: Have you checked your assumptions lately? I have concluded that you’ll find this editorial particularly interesting because... GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 10): Statistics and Critical ReasoningMath (DS) Set consists of odd integers divisible by 5. Is standard deviation of positive? 1. All members of are positive 2. consists of only one member Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer  B  (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily... GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 9): Arithmetic and Critical ReasoningMath (PS) Which expression is the greatest? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) Question Discussion & Explanation Correct Answer  C  (click and drag your mouse to see the answer) GMAT Daily Deals Knewton GMAT: fully custom prep w/ the highest point increase guarantee in the industry. $350 savings @... GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 3): Word Problem and Critical ReasoningMath (PS) 4% of population of country L has military experience and supports a war against Country G. If 20% of those who support the war have no military experience what percentage of the country's population actually supports war against G? (A) 5% (B) 7.5% (C) 10% (D) 12.5% (E) 15% Question... GMAT Question of the Day (Apr 2): Probability and Critical ReasoningMath (PS) There are 6 cards numbered from 1 to 6. They are placed into a box, and then one is drawn and put back and then another card is drawn and put back. What is the probability that one of the cards was 5 if... GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 30): Work Problem and Critical ReasoningMath (PS) Robert can eat a 20 kg. bag of potatoes in 10 days. He and his wife Jane can eat the same bag in 7 days. How many days does it take Jane to eat a 20 kg. bag of potatoes by herself? (A) (B) (C)... GMAT CR: Paradox QuestionsMaster this fiendishly tricky variety of Critical Reasoning question on the GMAT The philosopher Zeno of Elia (490430 BCE) was famous for his mindbending paradoxes. One of them went like this: Suppose there were a race between Achilles (famed as the fastest runner in ancient Greece) and... GMAT Question of the Day (Mar 27): Overlapping Sets and Critical ReasoningMath (PS) Foodmart customers regularly buy at least one of the following products: milk, chicken, or apples. 60% of shoppers buy milk, 50% buy chicken, and 35% buy apples. If 10% of the customers buy all 3 products, what percentage of Foodmart customers purchase exactly 2... 