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The last article in this series on the Verbal Reasoning section introduced a “three-track” attentiveness strategy for the GMAT Reading Comprehension Section: what the passage says  |  what the author is doing  |  what the author/subjects think This article will apply...

## A Data-driven Approach to GMAT Reading Comprehension

Improving on GMAT Reading Comprehension appears difficult for many candidates because the relevant skills are less well-defined. Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and the entire quant section have recognizable question types that can be mastered with the right...

## Common Sentence Correction Errors: Verb Forms and Parallelism

GMAT Sentence Correction Practice Questions: Verb Forms and Parallelism Two related error types on GMAT Sentence Correction questions are verb forms and parallelism. The form of a verb must be logical and appropriate for the timing of the performance of the verb. And...

## Common Sentence Correction Errors: Comparisons and Contrasts

Comparing or contrasting two things or ideas is a common function of Sentence Correction questions on the GMAT. GMAT Comparison and contrast errors fall into two main categories: (1) using incorrect and unidiomatic wordings to express the comparison/contrast (2)...

## GMAT Rate Problems: Algebraic Answers

Welcome back to our series on GMAT quant rate problems. In this final article, we’ll explore problems that have algebraic expressions as answer choices. You have a few options whenever you encounter one of these problems, but this article will focus on solving them by...