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"Circular Reasoning"
- The fallacy of assuming a conclusion to be true, in reaching the conclusion.

A favorite GMAT CR fallacy.

Example: Jack cannot lie because Jack always tells the truth.
Example: A is true because B is true; B is true because A is true.

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.

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

“And” is the only conjunction that can join two singular nouns and make them plural.

Jack __and__ Joe __are__ studying. - CorrectJack __along__ with __Joe__ is studying. - Correct

In DS, "no" can very well be an answer.

Question: Is X = 7?
(1): X is not a prime number.
(1) is sufficient. Because (1) leads to "No, X is not equal to 7".

In DS, an answer is achieved only when the answer is "consistent".

Q. Is X a multiple of 24?
(1) X is a multiple of 6.
(2) X is a multiple of 4.

X = 24 satisfies both (1) and (2), leads to "Yes".
X = 12 satisfies both (1) and (2), leads to "No".
"Inconsistent". Hence, insufficient. Answer is E.

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

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

Semicolons are used for joining two independent clausesAmy sings; she enjoys it. - Correct!

"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

60% of the learning comes from analyzing mistakes!

Don't exhaust official material early- it's a common mistake.Save it for the last few weeks.

From any point on a plane, only two tangents can be drawn on a circle.
Length of the two tangent is equal.

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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.

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