We continue our series on active reading by focusing, or I should say, not focusing on the details. Make sure that when you first dive into a passage and attack it that you are not focusing on what the details are—just focus on where they are. 😀 This week’s board:
Finding the author’s opinion and tone is not easy. The passages on the GMAT won’t contain authors openly stating how they feel.
We return again to active reading. Today we look at a group of words that help us to understand the structure of a passage. That’s why we call them structure words.
Hello!! 😀 GMAT + Tuesday = GMAT Tuesdays! Active reading is a tricky concept and not as obvious as many people make it seem. This week, Kevin unearths another useful strategy to help you activate your reading. To prepare for the video, first read the article If an Algorithm Wrote This, How Would You […]
Hello! Today, we’re diving further into active reading to learn exactly how to spot the main idea in a reading comprehension passage. Here’s an image of this week’s board work: Let me know if you have any questions by leaving a comment in the comment box below!
Undeniably, the best way to expand vocabulary and knowledge is by reading. We can’t rely on the conversations we have and we can’t rely on vocabulary word lists. So if you are looking to boost your verbal score, don’t just use practice problems. Expand your practice and studying to high quality news articles from trusted […]
Hello! Today, we’re tackling a special type of reading comprehension problem! Learn how to identify, solve and spot common traps in detail questions. If you have any questions or comments, leave them below!
Success comes through preparation. I can see that you want to succeed. You ended up here, looking for more information about a specific type of question in the reading comprehension section of the GMAT. The Detail Question is one of the most common questions that you will see in reading comprehension, making it an important […]
Hello! This week, I’ll explore some basics of the GMAT’s “main idea” questions and prepare you with a strategy for tackling these types of questions. As always, leave me a comment or question below, and I just might make a GMAT Tuesday video out of it :).
Or, is it GMAT Tuesdays with Chris? Watch as I reclaim GMAT Tuesdays and explain how to identify inference problems on the GMAT! Let us know if you have any questions (and if you prefer GMAT Tuesdays with Chris or Kevin!) in the comments below :).