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##### GMAT Tip: Why Grammar Isn't Enough on Sentence Correction Questions
To choose between two answer choices that each seem grammatically correct, you need to rely on logic
##### GMAT Tip: The Right Way to Study
Memorization isn't going to cut it for the GMAT. Test-takers need to practice on new problems and think conceptually
##### GMAT Tip: The Usual Suspects for Quant Mistakes
These three common mistakes can be easily corrected if you know what to look for
##### GMAT Tip: What Geometry Questions Really Measure
You may not use geometry every day, but GMAT measures it to see how creatively you solve problems
##### GMAT Tip: Becoming a Sentence Correction 'MVP'
Modifiers, verbs, and pronouns will allow you to eliminate most answer choices on GMAT sentence correction questions
##### GMAT Tip: One-Word Clues in Critical Reasoning Questions
Critical reasoning questions often contain a single word that makes all the difference
##### GMAT Tip: A Tricky Probability Question
If a GMAT probability question refers to "simultaneous" events, it's a trick. Instead, calculate the probability of consecutive events
##### GMAT Tip: Pacing Yourself on Test Day
Managing your time on test day involves setting a pace, not watching the clock too much, and venturing a few guesses if you are falling behind
##### GMAT Tip: Don't Rush to Judgment
On multiple-choice questions, answer A is frequently a trap—so obviously "correct" that many test-takers choose it, or so obviously "wrong" that…
##### GMAT Tip: When Details Really Matter
Ignoring the details contained in critical reasoning questions to shave a few seconds off your test time can be catastrophic
##### GMAT Tip: Critical Reasoning Strategy
Some of the knottiest GMAT critical reasoning questions ask for an answer that will strengthen an argument. This strategy can help
##### GMAT Tip: You Can't Always Get What You Want
The problems you encounter on the GMAT may not resemble the practice questions you studied, but the concepts you need to answer them are the same
##### GMAT Tip: Digging for Clues in Answer Choices
In multiple choice questions, only one choice is correct, but the others can be equally valuable
##### GMAT Tip: Answer Clues Hidden in Plain Sight
Data-sufficiency questions often include information about the correct answer that has nothing to do with math
##### GMAT Tip: Dealing With Functions
Three simple rules will remove a lot of the confusion surrounding algebraic functions