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Indefinite pronouns are singular.
Examples: everybody, someone, anyone, anybody, somebody, anything, whatsoever, whoever, whomsoever, something, no one, nothing etc
"Inference statements" on CR:
- A statement that can be derived from the information within the passage.
-- Without the need for any assumptions or extrapolations.
On the real GMAT, every question is important.First few questions on a section are a bit more important.
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.
You should regularly revisit SC concepts.Make SC Stage-1 videos and GMAT Shots your good friends!
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.
In DS, beware of "exceptions".
Q. Is X positive?
(1) |X| = X.
Because of the exception "X = 0" case, this statement is insufficient.
"So as to" is incorrect.
“So + cause + as to + effect" is a correct usage.
Hannah is so wise as to be admired.
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.
Practice RCs, everyday!The skill will help you in all sections and question types!!
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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