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GMAT Critical Reasoning

GMAT critical reasoning questions present a format that most test-takers aren't used to. Find out everything you need to know about how to master critical reasoning on the GMAT with tips and get the low-down on how to ace GMAT critical reasoning questions.

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Most Popular GMAT Critical Reasoning

Most Recent GMAT Critical Reasoning

First, four practice CR questions asking for the assumptions of arguments. 1) In anticipation of the coming year, Tecumseh Autos, a national auto manufacturer, is anticipating sales of its vehicles. Tecumseh manufactures compact cars, sedans, minivans, trucks, SUVs, and sports cars. In all categories of vehicles, Tecumseh sets prices so that the profit per vehicle […]

This is the last post in the series of articles on real-life facts you need to know for GMAT Critical Reasoning. Here’s the full list: Economics: Supply and Demand Economics: Labor and Wages Economics: Inflation, unemployment, and interest rates Law: “beyond any reasonable doubt” Statistics: Statistical significance Statistical significance Most research in the natural and […]

This is the fourth post in the series of articles on real-life facts you need to know for GMAT Critical Reasoning. Here’s the full list: Economics: Supply and Demand Economics: Labor and Wages Economics: Inflation, unemployment, and interest rates Law: “beyond any reasonable doubt” Statistics: Statistical significance “beyond any reasonable doubt” In any decision in […]

This is the third post in the series of articles on real-life facts you need to know for GMAT Critical Reasoning. Here’s the full list: Economics: Supply and Demand Economics: Labor and Wages Economics: Inflation, unemployment, and interest rates Law: “beyond any reasonable doubt” Statistics: Statistical significance Inflation, unemployment, and interest rates Again, this fact […]

This is the second post in the series of articles on real-life facts you need to know for GMAT Critical Reasoning. Here’s the full list: Economics: Supply and Demand Economics: Labor and Wages Economics: Inflation, unemployment, and interest rates Law: “beyond any reasonable doubt” Statistics: Statistical significance Labor and Wages In some ways, this is […]

For the GMAT Verbal section, on Critical Reading and Reading Comprehension, you are not expected to have specialized expertise in the topics they discuss.  Sometimes, though, it is particularly helpful to have general real world knowledge.  If you make a habit of reading regularly— either a good newspaper (the New York Times, the Wall Street […]

Understand the task in this common GMAT Critical Reasoning question type.    Practice question Before reading the blog, try this question: 1) Which of the following most logically completes the passage? Recidivism is the return to criminal behavior, and consequently a return to prison, of a former prisoner who has already served in incarceration for […]