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"Like" is used for "comparing nouns"."As" is used for "comparing actions"."Such as" is used for "giving examples".
On the GMAT, ensure 'completing' each section.- "no attempts" attract greater penalty than "negative attempts" do.
On the real GMAT, every question is important.First few questions on a section are a bit more important.
1-week gap in prep hurts your progress by 3-weeks.
Spot the error: Teacher taught that the Earth revolved around the sun.
"revolved" is not correct. It must be "revolves".(Universal truths are always conveyed in simple present tense).
Trapezium is a quadrilateral with one pair of opposite sides parallel.
Area: ½(sum of parallel sides) x height
If a trapezium's other two sides are also parallel, it becomes a parallelogram.
Area: base x height
60% of the learning comes from analyzing mistakes!
On the verbal section, be cautious when you see an answer choice with "extreme" emotion.
Answer choices with "moderate" tonality have a higher probability of being correct.
The mind-map-strategy for RCs
1.Skim through the first paragraph.
Take your eyes off the screen.
2. Ask yourself the paragraph's "purpose" .
Purpose is always very, very brief.
Avoid paraphrasing the details.
3. Skim through the next paragraph.
Take your eyes off.
Ask yourself the paragraph's "purpose".
Link the purpose of the first paragraph with that of the second.
4. Keep repeating Step 3 for all the subsequent paragraphs.
Do not chase "tricks/tips/shortcuts". Chase "concepts"!
Do not chase "scores"; chase "learning". Scores will follow.
"simple tenses" are the "default tenses".
Other tense forms are meant for specific uses.
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