Happy Tuesday! 😀 This week we tackle an inference question from the Official Guide for GMAT. We already looked at the first question associated with this passage, which you can watch here. And here’s this week’s board!
Many students find GMAT CR challenging. In addition to learning the individual strategies, there is also the challenging of processing these questions efficiently and not allowing each one to develop into a tremendous time sink. How does one increase one’s overall speed on GMAT Critical Reasoning?
The word “however” is a tricky word with an interesting history. First, a couple practice questions in which this word appears.
Long sentences are all over the GMAT. The sentence correction section loves to bog students down with modifying phrase, absolutes and appositives, to obfuscate the true meaning of the sentence. In this weeks video, I offer some tips for attacking these long sentences so that you can whittle them down to their core parts so […]
Although not explicitly tested on the GMAT, it’s good to know how these are supposed to used. It’s easy to be thrown off if you come across these and aren’t sure what they mean. A student asked about them, so I want to clear the air and make clear what they mean. And here’s this […]
Happy Holidays from Magoosh! Join me this week as we take on another main idea question in reading comprehension. We take a look at question 99 in the Official Guide to the GMAT, 13th edition. I’ll go over strategies for this type of questions and how to spot wrong answer traps. Check out this […]
“Hello! It’s me!” Kevin from GMAT Tuesdays, not Adele from the famed “Hello” music video! We are diving into 3 new idioms this week: forbade, in danger, and concluded. Make sure you know which ones take gerunds, which ones take infinitives, and which ones take neither. 😀 Here’s this week’s board:
Sometimes the key in sentence correction is just a matter of knowing what to look for. Knowing how to spot parallelism and knowing when it will occur will help you to narrow in on what might be wrong in the sentence. This week’s video will cover the basics of parallelism: what it is, where and […]
The final question for the passage on Native America reservation water rights. This last question is a classic inference question with clear wrong answer traps worth learning. And if you’d like a recap on the passage itself, then you can watch this video. Here is this week’s board:
These two noun phrases can be tough to distinguish. They can look almost identical at times because their structure is similar and they can appear anywhere in the sentence. The real key is to understand how they are used. In this video, I hope to explain how these two different phrases are used and how […]