Mocks are not just for testing preparedness.They build stamina/temperament/strategy.They keep you in touch with all topics.PRACTICE MOCKS REGULARLY!
Permutation is used when ‘order’ matters.Example: Arranging children in a row.
Combination is used when ‘order’ does not matter.Example: Selecting teams.
Commas cannot join two independent clauses.Incorrect: Amy sings, she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings; she enjoys it.Correct: Amy sings, and she enjoys it.
RCs make or break your GMAT.Practice RCs everyday!
In DS, beware of "exceptions".
Q. Is X positive?(1) |X| = X.
Because of the exception "X = 0" case, this statement is insufficient.
Approach for solving SCs:
1. Read the mother sentence.2. For underlined part, move to answer choices.3. Compare vertically to observe the difference in the choices.4. Eliminate 4 choices through vertical comparison while reading horizontally.5. Read the sentence end-to-end before marking an answer choice.
Pi doesn't define circumference. It's the other way around.
Ratio of circumference and diameter is always constant. This constant is "Pi".
Understanding the "intended meaning" is the key to solving SC questions.
A favorite GMAT CR fallacy.
Example: Grandma sneezed, so a tornado hit Nebraska.
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.
Don't leave mocks for the end- it's a common mistake.Take a mock every week.
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.