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GMAT Verbal: Critical Reading Example Problem #3

Problem: Question Type! Specific The author quotes Snyder et al in lines 38-43 most probably in order to (A) reveal some of the assumptions underlying their theory (B) summarize a major finding of their experiments (C) point out that their … Continue reading

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GMAT Verbal: Sentence Correction Example Problem #2

Problem: The original building and loan associations were organized as limited life funds, whose members made monthly payments on their share subscriptions, then taking turns drawing on the funds for home mortgages. (A) subscriptions, then taking turns drawing (B) subscriptions, … Continue reading

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GMAT Verbal: Critical Reading Example Problem #2

Problem: Question Type! Specific Which of the following best describes the organization of the second paragraph? (A) An argument is delineated, followed by a counterargument. (B) An assertion is made and several examples are provided to illustrate it. (C) A … Continue reading

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GMAT Verbal: Critical Reading Example Problem #1

Problem: Question Type! Inference Which of the following assumptions most probably underlies the author’s tentative recommendation in lines 51-54? (A) Human activities that result in environmental disruption should be abandoned (B) The use of pesticides is likely to continue into … Continue reading

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GMAT vs GRE: Does the GMAT require studying vocab like the GRE does?

Unlike the GRE, the GMAT verbal section does not specifically test you on vocabulary.  The GMAT verbal section tests you on your reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction abilities.  It is important to know your grammar and be familiar … Continue reading

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