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15 Nov 2017, 16:05
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Did I hear correctly that this was the first time you interacted with students for CR on such a
platform?? Amazing session with correct pacing and awesome insights. It is no surprise that such an
extremely difficult task could be accomplished by veteran as you with such an ease.

Could you and our Exec Producer take up next challenge of conducting such a session on RC (just covering reading strategies
and linkage of paragraphs like we did for sentences here in CR shall be useful)?

Would be grateful if you could oblige.

Thank you once again for the kind words, adkikani! You're making me blush.

I'm so happy to hear that this was useful. I feel like CR and RC are tricky in a webinar format, because everybody finds unique and different ways to make mistakes, and I can only guess at the types of mistakes that any particular viewer is making. I'm sure that some viewers will think that the webinar was a waste of an hour, and others will hopefully love it.

And yes, I really want to do some webinars on RC too, very much in the same spirit as today's. We're going to take December off from webinars in honor of both the holidays and my life as we know it coming to an end fatherhood, but we're working on a webinar schedule for the new year. RC will definitely be part of it, somewhere.

Thank you again!
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15 Nov 2017, 23:19
Hi GMATNinja,

Thanks for such an awesome session.

I have some confusions regarding why A & why not B for the last question from the session.

Building a space station, in which astronauts would live for a considerable time, is essential even if the space station project were to contribute no new knowledge about space or Earth that could not otherwise be obtained. For future missions to explore Mars, we will need the medical knowledge that the space station project will give us about the limits human capacities to live in spacecraft for an extended time.

The argument makes the assumption that

(A) the exploration of Mars will be carried out by people travelling in spacecraft and not by robots alone.

(B) the capacities of astronauts are typical of those of ordinary human beings.

The argument says "Building a space station, in which astronauts would live for a considerable time, is essential even if the space station project were to contribute no new knowledge about space or Earth that could not otherwise be obtained." This is a generic conclusion not concerning Mars. So we take a look at A, it could be possible that we use only robots for Mars exploration. For other space exploration programs with Astronauts, we still need medical knowledge. Argument still works.

For B, what if astronauts have some special capabilities (due to their training etc) which are not there in ordinary human beings. Will collecting medical info about them help?
Kindly help.

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20 Nov 2017, 17:39
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OK, here's the quick preview of this Wednesday's YouTube LIVE webinar! You could think of last Wednesday's session as Critical Reasoning 101, explained through the lens of strengthen, weaken, and assumption questions. This week's session will be dedicated to funny cousins of strengthen, weaken, and assumption questions: "evaluate the argument" and "fill in the blank" and a couple of other related oddballs. The baseline techniques are very much the same, but the questions look different. (And adkikani, I'm planning to discuss the capuchin monkey question in this Wednesday's webinar. It fits nicely with the theme.)

I'm still arguing with myself about which examples to use, but as soon as GMAT Ninja and I finish fighting with each other, I'll post the questions on this thread.

And ManishKM1, both questions you posted deserve some attention! They're both a little bit difficult, though, and I don't think they're the easiest examples for webinars that are meant to cover some basic principles. We covered the Smithtown one in a QOTD: https://gmatclub.com/forum/qotd-smithto ... 39409.html. And I'll make sure that our pal Mayor Delmont makes an appearance in next week's QOTD. If our explanations on the QOTD threads don't clear up your doubts, feel free to ask follow-ups directly on those threads, and we'll take a look.

Oh, and we'll also publish a full solution to the space station question in Thursday's QOTD, so keep an eye out for that one, too.

See you all on Wednesday on the GMAT Club YouTube channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/gmatclub
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21 Nov 2017, 04:13
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(And adkikani, I'm planning to discuss the capuchin monkey question in this Wednesday's webinar. It fits nicely with the theme.)

Thanks a ton!! It is nice to see at least my understanding of level of Qs you take on webinar matches with yours
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21 Nov 2017, 20:39
As threatened, here are the questions for the webinar. Once again, I strongly strongly recommend printing these out before the webinar begins -- it'll make the lesson much more useful. And if you have some extra time on your hands, you can check out last week's video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2nVgm4d8mQ. This week's will build on the fundamentals we discussed last time.

See you at 7:30 a.m. Pacific time! Same place as usual: http://www.youtube.com/user/gmatclub
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22 Nov 2017, 07:20
Going LIVE in 10 mins. See you guys on YouTube

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24 Nov 2017, 19:32
ManishKM1, the explanation for the space station question is now available here: https://gmatclub.com/forum/qotd-buildin ... l#p1967568. Let me know if it doesn't address your doubts -- feel free to ask any followups directly on that thread.
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25 Nov 2017, 04:51
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As we come close to last Nov session and are taking a break in next month.
I wish to thank Experts and GC members for taking this (first of its sorts) session to new heights.

Hopefully few of us shall be applying the learning from discussions to post eventful success stories!!
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25 Nov 2017, 05:09
Hello GMATNinja,

Sensie I am feeling the heat of "evaluation of argument" type questions. Could you please point out a good source to revisit. I have been absolutely thumped by these questions since 3 days.

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25 Nov 2017, 16:28
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Hello GMATNinja,

Sensie I am feeling the heat of "evaluation of argument" type questions. Could you please point out a good source to revisit. I have been absolutely thumped by these questions since 3 days.

Regards

Hm, you're struggling with "evaluate the argument" questions, but not strengthen, weaken, or assumption questions? They're all awfully similar, it's just that the "evaluate the argument questions" are sort of bi-directional or non-directional: the piece of information you're looking for could potentially strengthen OR weaken the argument.

Which specific questions are giving you trouble? They're official questions? Maybe reply with a bunch of links to the ones that are causing trouble, and then maybe I can add them to the next few rounds of QOTDs if they're good examples?
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26 Nov 2017, 12:18
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gmatexam439 wrote:
Hello GMATNinja,

Sensie I am feeling the heat of "evaluation of argument" type questions. Could you please point out a good source to revisit. I have been absolutely thumped by these questions since 3 days.

Regards

Hm, you're struggling with "evaluate the argument" questions, but not strengthen, weaken, or assumption questions? They're all awfully similar, it's just that the "evaluate the argument questions" are sort of bi-directional or non-directional: the piece of information you're looking for could potentially strengthen OR weaken the argument.

Which specific questions are giving you trouble? They're official questions? Maybe reply with a bunch of links to the ones that are causing trouble, and then maybe I can add them to the next few rounds of QOTDs if they're good examples?

Hello GMATNinja,

Sorry for the delayed response.

I don't know the source of all the questions, but the links are as follows: [4th one is definitely official]
2. https://gmatclub.com/forum/despite-all- ... 67046.html
3. https://gmatclub.com/forum/over-the-las ... 53344.html
4. https://gmatclub.com/forum/qotd-meat-fr ... 52790.html

Could you please suggest whether these are worth spending time on?

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26 Nov 2017, 14:54
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Could you take up this general Q which must have been encountered in
past while dealing with students preparing for GMAT?

One or another online courses provides tons of online videos (60-80hrs) and
practice Qs (800-1200) to strengthen basics of concepts tested in GMAT.
I believe the best approach for a student is to jump to OG to gauge waters by actually diving in
after seeing video modules. But assuming he has less than 60% accuracy on OG and instead
of proceeding further one realizes it is better to go to basics and know which application one falters on
and he may well do few non-OG Qs to apply what he had learnt. As per you what is the
best trade off between practicing non-OG Qs (in terms of a number) from online courses to
return back to OG given quota of OG is limited?

We have tons and tons of debate over Qs from non official sources but while dealing
with them one tends to overthink during actual practice - Why is this not getting in my head?!!?
and spend invaluable time over it.

Hope it is not a too nasty Q !!
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28 Nov 2017, 20:36
Sorry everybody, we're postponing this week's session to THURSDAY at the usual time. Thanks to a horrendous traffic jam between Pune and Bombay, our esteemed producer is unavailable to perform his usual duties on Wednesday. The 148-km journey, I'm told, might take a total of 34 hours.

Or something like that. The numbers are approximate.

See you all on THURSDAY at 7:30 a.m. Pacific/9:00 p.m. IST!
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29 Nov 2017, 01:01
Thanks GMATNinja for the kindness. I shall be back with my might tomorrow same time for the verbal livestream
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29 Nov 2017, 05:49
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Thanks GMATNinja for the kindness. I shall be back with my might tomorrow same time for the verbal livestream

Where are you struck bro? Is it advisable to go towards BKC tonight?
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30 Nov 2017, 07:30
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30 Nov 2017, 17:34
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Sorry for the delayed response.

I don't know the source of all the questions, but the links are as follows: [4th one is definitely official]
2. https://gmatclub.com/forum/despite-all- ... 67046.html
3. https://gmatclub.com/forum/over-the-las ... 53344.html
4. https://gmatclub.com/forum/qotd-meat-fr ... 52790.html

Could you please suggest whether these are worth spending time on?

Regards

My turn to apologize for the slow response! Honestly, I wouldn't worry at all about any of them, other than the very last one -- the OG question. And even that one is pretty tough, so I wouldn't assume that it's a sign that you're fundamentally struggling on "evaluate the argument" questions. If you feel like you really don't fundamentally understand how those questions work, that might be reason to worry -- but of the four you mentioned, three are of very dubious quality.

GMATNinja

Could you take up this general Q which must have been encountered in
past while dealing with students preparing for GMAT?

One or another online courses provides tons of online videos (60-80hrs) and
practice Qs (800-1200) to strengthen basics of concepts tested in GMAT.
I believe the best approach for a student is to jump to OG to gauge waters by actually diving in
after seeing video modules. But assuming he has less than 60% accuracy on OG and instead
of proceeding further one realizes it is better to go to basics and know which application one falters on
and he may well do few non-OG Qs to apply what he had learnt. As per you what is the
best trade off between practicing non-OG Qs (in terms of a number) from online courses to
return back to OG given quota of OG is limited?

We have tons and tons of debate over Qs from non official sources but while dealing
with them one tends to overthink during actual practice - Why is this not getting in my head?!!?
and spend invaluable time over it.

Hope it is not a too nasty Q !!

Heh, it would take an entire book chapter to answer this one accurately and thoroughly. A related discussion can be found on this thread about LSAT materials: https://gmatclub.com/forum/actual-lsat- ... l#p1964284

The quick version: for quant, I don't think there's much harm in doing non-official questions, as long as you save some of the good stuff for close to your exam. On verbal, I think that non-official questions are deeply, deeply problematic, and I almost never let my students use them at all. Even the ones we've written ourselves.

The question of how to mix official GMAT with "other" questions (LSAT for verbal, non-official stuff for quant) just depends on the person. If you're fortunate enough not to need much extra practice, then you might not need anything other than the OG and quant/verbal guides and GMATPrep software. If you're less fortunate? You might have to be really, really careful to save the best official materials for close to your exam, and use other questions as "filler" until then.

I'm trying to finish up an article about how to stretch your official GMAT verbal materials -- I can't promise that I'll manage to post it before the babypocalypse (coming any moment!) but I'll do my best, since some of it is related to your questions.
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Super excited to hear about topics planned to cover in up-coming sessions.
See you around sooner for second innings !!
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And here are the examples that we'll use for today's webinar on strengthen, weaken, and assumption questions. See you all on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/gmatclub

If you have access to a printer, I strongly recommend printing these out before watching the webinar.

Can you do a few more sessions on CR, with more on those tough Assumptions that test the structure, logic and those subtle modifiers
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Can you do a few more sessions on CR, with more on those tough Assumptions that test the structure, logic and those subtle modifiers

We'll definitely be back in 2018 with a new series of live webinars, dedicated to helping GMAT Club members develop a stronger, wiser GMAT mindset across ALL question types -- both quant and verbal. We'll provide an updated schedule in the next month or two. CR will definitely be a part of that picture, though I can't promise that assumptions will be an immediate priority, since we already did parts of two videos on them.

Huge thanks to everybody who watched, commented, participated, or offered any sort of feedback or support for this first round of videos! These initial 10 videos were very much an experiment from my point of view, and I learned a ton from all of it. Feel free to keep the feedback coming on this thread, and hit the "follow" button at the top of the page for updates on the next video series.

See you all on YouTube again in the new year!
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