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GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Critical Reasoning Strategies — Efficiency

Hello! 🙂

Ah, it’s getting cold and dreary this winter, but don’t let that stop you from being efficient on the GMAT! Learn how knowing your job and what to look for will save you time on the CR section.

As usual, here’s the board work for this week:
Critical Reasoing Success - Efficiency

If you have any comments or questions about this video, please leave them for me in the comment box below! 🙂


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2 Responses to GMAT Tuesdays with Kevin: Critical Reasoning Strategies — Efficiency

  1. Yumin January 16, 2015 at 6:20 pm #

    Thank your video. My problem to solve critical reasoning is to understand the topic of passage in the limited time. There are always too many readings needed to done. Although I know the way to solve the problem and read the passage, the time allowed to finish the questions is too short. If i have enough time, i am sure i can solve the problem quickly. Is there any way to solve problem quickly, while you probably don’t understand the passage completely? Thank u

    • Kevin Rocci
      Kevin January 20, 2015 at 10:49 am #

      Hi Yumin,

      I am glad that you liked the video. You are definitely talking about serious issue with the GMAT. The test is not just about your knowledge, but also with your timing. I actually recorded a video the other day that you will see on the blog soon that covers looking for the main idea of a passage. That will help a lot with this issue. Otherwise, it is really hard to answer questions without understanding what is going on in the passage. The best thing you can do is become a better reader. I recommend dedicating an hour or two a day to just reading—not just GMAT reading. You need to level up your reading skills and that will make it much easier to navigate GMAT passages. 😀

      Best of luck and happy studying! 😀


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