Guy Who Writes Official GMAT Exam Makes 17 'Sentence Correction' Errors in Story He Wrote about Writing Official GMAT Exam
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How much impact does your Integrated Reasoning score have on the admissions decision? None.
It's not that hard! Why is it, then, that so few people score 800 on the GMAT?
The 20 most commonly asked questions about the GMAT exam.
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There are only about 25 grammatical errors tested in Sentence Correction. In addition, there's a long list of idioms that need to be memorized.
There are basically six question types in critical reasoning: Conclusion, Inference, Assumption, Paradox, Strengthen and Weaken.
The passages in reading comprehension are purposely
poorly written to make it difficult for test takers to
understand what's being said.
Nothing in the problem solving section
of the GMAT goes beyond high school algebra and basic statistics. And yet, most people struggle.
Data sufficiency is the toughest section for most test
takers — not because they don't understand the math, but because they don't understand the rules.