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I'm in for R1 as well. Good luck to all!


Hi,

750 ! wow thats a whopper.. I was looking forward to applying to Wharton in R1 as well... but havent taken the gmat yet, scheduled for it on the 18th of July.

Would you be so kind and offer some advice as to what material i could use to score better for rc and cr.

My overall mock score is in the range of 690-720 and verbal is lingering in 36-38 range. I have practised OG 10, 12 and verbal review.

Also practising from gmat prep and 700-800 level questions from the site. will be starting with the 1000 series.

CR i find very unpredictable, the logic applied at the higher level questions and rc hard questions i almost always get wrong.


Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thank you in advance.

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I'm in for R1 as well. Good luck to all!

Would you be so kind and offer some advice as to what material i could use to score better for rc and cr.

My overall mock score is in the range of 690-720 and verbal is lingering in 36-38 range. I have practised OG 10, 12 and verbal review.

Also practising from gmat prep and 700-800 level questions from the site. will be starting with the 1000 series.

CR i find very unpredictable, the logic applied at the higher level questions and rc hard questions i almost always get wrong.


Hi Tia,

I definitely found the most improvement in my score came from getting the higher level CR questions right. The Manhattan GMAT critical reasoning strategy guide and the CR section of the Kaplan GMAT 800 book really helped me there, with the Manhattan book being slightly better if you only want to buy one. The Manhattan GMAT RC book is pretty good too, but honestly I think by studying CR you will get better at RC as you go.

Hope this helps!

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I'm in for R1 as well. Good luck to all!


Hi,

750 ! wow thats a whopper.. I was looking forward to applying to Wharton in R1 as well... but havent taken the gmat yet, scheduled for it on the 18th of July.

Would you be so kind and offer some advice as to what material i could use to score better for rc and cr.

My overall mock score is in the range of 690-720 and verbal is lingering in 36-38 range. I have practised OG 10, 12 and verbal review.

Also practising from gmat prep and 700-800 level questions from the site. will be starting with the 1000 series.

CR i find very unpredictable, the logic applied at the higher level questions and rc hard questions i almost always get wrong.


Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Tia

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I'll take your SC and you can take my RC and CR. :p

I think one thing that could help is reading high-level material, such as The Economist and The Wall Street Journal. Read, reflect, and and try to understand the arguments. Yes, this is a lot of work. It is supposed to be difficult to get a great score, which means you have to do more than study for the GMAT; you have to live it.

I find it difficult to explain the CR since that was my easiest section from the start, but I can try... think of ways to "break" the logic. Think about what the argument is assuming and whether those assumptions are 100% valid or if there could be other possibilities. Do the same with the answers - break them. An answer has to be absolutely justified from the argument with NO outside information. If an answer "sounds reasonable" than it can still be wrong. "Good" answers are wrong on the RC; they have to be air-tight. Image ways in which the CR answer choice could be somewhat justified by the argument, but is not necessary a 100% certainty (like 2+2=4 is). Eliminate those answers. It might help to play these "mental games"with the answers choices. If you can't pick one, then get rid of four.

///EDIT/// It might also help to read the answer explanations in the OG as they explain the logic very well.

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I'm in for R1 as well. Good luck to all!

Would you be so kind and offer some advice as to what material i could use to score better for rc and cr.

My overall mock score is in the range of 690-720 and verbal is lingering in 36-38 range. I have practised OG 10, 12 and verbal review.

Also practising from gmat prep and 700-800 level questions from the site. will be starting with the 1000 series.

CR i find very unpredictable, the logic applied at the higher level questions and rc hard questions i almost always get wrong.


Hi Tia,

I definitely found the most improvement in my score came from getting the higher level CR questions right. The Manhattan GMAT critical reasoning strategy guide and the CR section of the Kaplan GMAT 800 book really helped me there, with the Manhattan book being slightly better if you only want to buy one. The Manhattan GMAT RC book is pretty good too, but honestly I think by studying CR you will get better at RC as you go.

Hope this helps!






Thank you... I have the manhattan books.. had perused them at the beginning of my study schedule.. will go through them once.. Thanks very much on the tip for kaplan.. Will study from it.. If there are any other sources you'd like to recommend.,. do let me know.. any experience with the 1000 series anyone?

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I'm in for R1 as well. Good luck to all!


Hi,

750 ! wow thats a whopper.. I was looking forward to applying to Wharton in R1 as well... but havent taken the gmat yet, scheduled for it on the 18th of July.

Would you be so kind and offer some advice as to what material i could use to score better for rc and cr.

My overall mock score is in the range of 690-720 and verbal is lingering in 36-38 range. I have practised OG 10, 12 and verbal review.

Also practising from gmat prep and 700-800 level questions from the site. will be starting with the 1000 series.

CR i find very unpredictable, the logic applied at the higher level questions and rc hard questions i almost always get wrong.


Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Tia

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I'll take your SC and you can take my RC and CR. :p

I think one thing that could help is reading high-level material, such as The Economist and The Wall Street Journal. Read, reflect, and and try to understand the arguments. Yes, this is a lot of work. It is supposed to be difficult to get a great score, which means you have to do more than study for the GMAT; you have to live it.

I find it difficult to explain the CR since that was my easiest section from the start, but I can try... think of ways to "break" the logic. Think about what the argument is assuming and whether those assumptions are 100% valid or if there could be other possibilities. Do the same with the answers - break them. An answer has to be absolutely justified from the argument with NO outside information. If an answer "sounds reasonable" than it can still be wrong. "Good" answers are wrong on the RC; they have to be air-tight. Image ways in which the CR answer choice could be somewhat justified by the argument, but is not necessary a 100% certainty (like 2+2=4 is). Eliminate those answers. It might help to play these "mental games"with the answers choices. If you can't pick one, then get rid of four.

///EDIT/// It might also help to read the answer explanations in the OG as they explain the logic very well.



Thank you so much for your advice.. I shall definitely pay heed to it...


For SC, i found that my score improved drastically (30 to 41) after watching solutions for OG from Magoosh (they can simply be googled)... also later subscribed for the course.. I found their SC lectures to be decent....


But if your able to solve OG, nothing beyond that is required.. i guess

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This is a quick one, but a worthy one.  "Leadership" might very well be the most "cussed and discussed" (hat tip, Harry Truman) word in the MBA landscape, given the prominence given to the concept by schools and candidates alike.  But what I find surprising is that the word - which can be viewed so many ways - often takes on this strange meaning in b-school contexts, which is sort of a stand in for "accomplished."  The idea of leadership has become titles and roles and responsibilities and kudos.  Sort of a "he who has the most ribbons is the leader" kind of a dynamic.  And while I will be the first to admit that leadership can indeed sometimes be about accolades (often leadership qualities get people recognized and/or recognition can give someone a platform from which to lead), it sort of misses the point.  And nothing hammers that home like the Golden State Warriors, who were recently crowned NBA champs.

Now, in one way, the Warriors actually solidify the very perception of leadership I was just talking about, in the form of NBA MVP Steph Curry.  He's the best player on the team and you often hear that he "sets the example" and he's a "great leader."  And I actually believe that he is - both because of his talent (and therefore his platform), but also because he seems to have innate leadership gifts like servanthood, empathy, compassion, listening, consensus building and so forth.  So in a way, the Warriors don't tell us anything new.  Except that it appears, from many accounts, that one of the most crucial leaders on that team is NOT the best player Steph Curry, or the most veteran player or the most tenured player or the highest paid player ... but rather just A player.  That player is Draymond Green, a guy who stepped up and started leading the minute he got there, as a rookie who was a second-round pick (i.e, barely expected to make the roster), and who hasn't stopped leading.  Why?  Because he has innate leadership qualities.  Put another way: he is a born leader.

Consider these quotes from a recent piece by Zach Lowe of Grantland:

- They knew the team had a leadership void. “You don’t get appointed that role,” Myers says. “It’s an innate thing. It has to be authentic and genuine, and it is with him.”

- “You could tell right then he had something in him. It was impressive."
- “There are people who simply have the propensity within their being to be special,” says Ron Adams, one of Golden State’s lead assistants. “The person that has some talent, maximizes that talent, and shapes it into something that contributes to winning. That’s what we all look for in players. That’s who Draymond is.”

Ladies and gents, when schools say they are looking for leaders, THIS is often what they are talking about.  Not leading a team of five and beating a project deadline.  Not giving a great speech.  Not being appointed or awarded a title.  They are talking about innate abilities, things inside of you, and that make you special ... and that maximize success ("winning").

So when you examine your strengths and weaknesses, don't just think "yeah, I've had leadership roles, people have looked to me, I'm good" - dig deeper and ask yourself if you have innate, special qualities.  And then advertise those.  And if you don't?  That's okay too, because not everyone is a born leader and even the most "leadership" of schools like HBS would say that the world needs a blend of Draymond Greens and other types of players.  Some people are implementers or connectors.  You don't have to base your entire story on leadership if that's not who you are.
But if you DO go all-in on leadership, make sure to consider just what that might mean.  And then be honest with yourself, read those quotes, and ask: could someone say that about me?

If you are looking for help with your MBA application or your story, please shoot us an email at mba@amerasiaconsulting.com or visit us at www.amerasiaconsulting.com/contact.

 

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Tia,

Powerscore's CR book is a great resource.

If you look at CR through a logician's lens (logic is a textbook subject as well) you will see that most CR questions really only follow 4 - 5 logical paradigms. GMAC does a wonderful job of packaging several different problems around these paradigms. the CR bible helps you identify these errors, and teaches you how to solve it.

Some of these skills could help you with your RC as well.

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I'm in for R1 as well. Good luck to all!


Hi,

750 ! wow thats a whopper.. I was looking forward to applying to Wharton in R1 as well... but havent taken the gmat yet, scheduled for it on the 18th of July.

Would you be so kind and offer some advice as to what material i could use to score better for rc and cr.

My overall mock score is in the range of 690-720 and verbal is lingering in 36-38 range. I have practised OG 10, 12 and verbal review.

Also practising from gmat prep and 700-800 level questions from the site. will be starting with the 1000 series.

CR i find very unpredictable, the logic applied at the higher level questions and rc hard questions i almost always get wrong.


Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,

Tia

Mumbai

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Tia,

Powerscore's CR book is a great resource.

If you look at CR through a logician's lens (logic is a textbook subject as well) you will see that most CR questions really only follow 4 - 5 logical paradigms. GMAC does a wonderful job of packaging several different problems around these paradigms. the CR bible helps you identify these errors, and teaches you how to solve it.

Some of these skills could help you with your RC as well.

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Hi Kartik..

Have the book will go through it... Do you have any suggestions for RC..

Also will be scheduling / registering a call with you soon..

Thank you very much

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Glad to help out. No specific resources for RC - read a lot - but keep two things in mind:

1) Read to get the big picture. Note down the main points.
2) Read critically to understand the interrelationships between these main points. This part is more like a complex CR task.

Look forward to talking to you soon.

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All applicants, including reapplicants, can also use this section to address any extenuating circumstances. (250 words)

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