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Practice RCs, everyday!The skill will help you in all sections and question types!!
Be cautious when you see "numbers" in CR questions.
- Often, the key to solving the question lies in those numbers.
You should regularly revisit SC concepts.Make SC Stage-1 videos and GMAT Shots your good friends!
Do not chase "tricks/tips/shortcuts". Chase "concepts"!
Do not chase "scores", chase "learning". Scores will follow.
If it really comes down to "guessing" on the GMAT...
- On SCs, go for the "shortest" choices.- On RCs and CRs, go for the "longest" choices.- On DS, go for "C".
"Who" vs "Whom" on SC
"Who" is the "subject" form."Whom" is the "object" form.
RCs make or break your GMAT.Practice RCs everyday!
"whether" generally wins over "if" on GMAT SC.
I am not sure whether it will rain today. : Correct
I am not sure if it will rain today. : Incorrect
Approach for CR boldface questions:
Step 1: Identify the conclusion.
Step 2: Link the bold part(s) with the conclusion.
Step 3: Know what to expect from the correct answer choice.
Step 4: Eliminate four choices.
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.
Don't exhaust official material early- it's a common mistake.Save it for the last few weeks.
0 is even.
0 is not prime.
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