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In DS, when you are able to solve "too easily", you are probably missing a trap.

Q. Which integer is the highest common factor of four positive integers A, B, C, and D?
(1) A= 27, B=49.

Unlike what many students will think, this statement is "Sufficient". Because no matter what "C" and "D" are, if HCF of "A" and "B" is 1, the answer is going to be "1".

Angle from a chord at the centre is twice that at the circumference.

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.

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

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

Understanding the "intended meaning" is the key to solving SC questions.

60% of the learning comes from analyzing mistakes!

A takes 10 minutes to do a job. B takes 30 minutes to do the same. How long will they take to complete the job if both of them work together?

k x (1/10 + 1/30) = 1

Solve it for k. Answer: 7.5.

"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

Key difference between "Assumption statements" and "Strengthening statements" on CR:

Assumption statements are a subset of Strengthening statements.

- A strengthening statement fills the missing link.
- An assumption statement fills the missing link and __must be true__ for the argument to hold ground.

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

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

"regard as" : Correct
"regard to be" : Incorrect
"regard" : Incorrect

Jack regards Tim as a genius. : Correct

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In DS, "combine" the two statements only when each statement fails alone.

Q. If X is an integer, is X a multiple of 12?
(1) Two of the factors of X are 5 and 7.
(2) X is a product of two odd integers.

The answer is not C.
The answer is B.

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