The GMAT is tough, even for those fluent in English. Read this post for verbal study tips to help unlock the GMAT for non-native english speakers.
Virtually all GMAT Reading Comprehension questions fall into 6 categories. To learn strategies for each question type, read this post!
Looking for GMAT Sentence Completion practice? Look no further! Check out this post for some GMAT SC Grammar practice questions.
This mistake is astonishingly common in spoken English, even among otherwise well-spoken people. In the six Sentence Correction practice questions below, all the questions contain “due to.” Where is it used correctly and where is it wrong? 1) Elysium Field Construction planned to build a ten-story building the suburban downtown, but due to unstable bedrock […]
Question 3 in the reading comprehension section of the Official Guide to the GMAT is again, a detail question. They’ve loaded up the detail questions in this first group of questions. 😀 We’ll dive into how to approach detail questions, how to identify wrong answers, and of course, how to arrive at the right answer. […]
Put on your vocabulary hats! It’s time to learn more idioms. In this video we’ll look at the idiomatic phrases involving responsible, ranging, agreeing, and defined. Transcript Hello! Welcome to GMAT Tuesdays. You know how everyone says you can hold a shell up to your ear and hear the ocean? Well. If you have an […]
Hello! We are back with the third in our series of 5 videos, diving into the reading comprehension section of the Official Guide to the GMAT. We are tackling another detail question, which means you’ll learn how to approach detail questions and the common wrong answers in detail questions. Video Transcript Hello. Welcome to the […]
One question on the GMAT Verbal Section is Critical Reasoning. On this question, the prompt presents some sort of argument, and then asks you, in one way or another, to analyze the argument—for example, by strengthening it, weakening it, finding its underlying assumption, etc. The argument prompt is typically less than 100 words, much shorter […]
Many GMAT Verbal improvement tips are focused on the nitty-gritty: nail your idioms, learn to deconstruct the elements of the Critical Reasoning argument, know what constitutes a wrong answer on reading comprehension—and what constitutes a right answer. Those are without a doubt important, and if you haven’t learned them yet that should be your next […]
Welcome! We are looking at the first question in the reading comprehension section of the Official Guide to the GMAT. This is the second video in a series of 5. In this video, I cover how to approach detail questions, the common wrong answers in detail questions, and of course, how to arrive at the […]