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The error of comma splice occurs when two independent clauses are joined using a comma.Example: Amy sings, she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings; she enjoys it.

In a group of 100, 80 take tea, and 60 take coffee. How many take both?

Answer: Cannot be determined. Because we don't know how many take "neither".

1-week gap in prep hurts your progress by 3-weeks.

If Jack __was__ a professional athlete, he would be fit. : IncorrectIf Jack __were__ a professional athlete, he would be very fit. : Correct

A subjunctive mood construction - (if + plural form of verb + would be)

Do not chase "tricks/tips/shortcuts". Chase "concepts"!

Do not chase "scores"; chase "learning". Scores will follow.

Even x Even = Even
Even x Odd = Even
Odd x Odd = Odd

Even + Even = Even
Even + Odd = Odd
Odd + Odd = Even
Odd + Odd = Even

Even^Even = Even
Even^Odd = Even
Odd^Even = Odd
Odd^Odd = Odd

A fraction will terminate if its denominator has no prime factor other than 2 or 5.

17/160
Prime factors of "160" are "2" and "5". So, this fraction WILL terminate.

13/480
One of the prime factors of "480" is "3".
So, this will NOT terminate.

Commas cannot join two independent clauses.Incorrect: Amy sings, she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings; she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings, and she enjoys it.

"The fallacy of drawing a conclusion based on one entity’s comparison with oneself"

-A favorite GMAT CR fallacy.

Example: Jack improved his score by 200%.
Inference: Jack performed well. - Incorrect

While solving an RC, please think from the "author's point of view".

- Don't let your own opinion or general knowledge affect your thought process.

1-week gap in prep hurts your progress by 3-weeks.

Difference between "Inference" and "Conclusion" on CR:

- Inference is any statement that can be derived from the passage, without any assumptions or extrapolations
- Conclusion is the main point of the passage.

- "Conclusion" is a subset of "Inferences".
-- The "main inference".

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Be cautious when you see extreme tonality on a CR question or answer choices.
Example: must, most, highest, lowest, worst, best etc

- Often, the key to elimination/selection of an answer choice lies in such extreme terms.

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