Articles by e-GMAT

  • How to Approach a Two-Part Critical Reasoning IR Question

    How to Approach a Two-Part Critical Reasoning IR Question

    by on December 16th, 2012

    In this article, we are going to share with you an approach for handling two-part CR (Critical Reasoning) IR questions. There is a general perception among a majority of students that such questions are better left for … Read More

  • What You Choose Is What You Weigh

    What You Choose Is What You Weigh

    by on December 14th, 2012

    Hi folks, As we experience, life is all about laying priorities & importance to the things that affect us. ‘Importance’ in mathematical parlance is referred to as ‘Weight’. It depends on an individual ‘how … Read More

  • Parallelism: Grammar vs. Logic

    Parallelism: Grammar vs. Logic

    by on November 28th, 2012

    Hi folks, Before we start discussing whether grammar is more important in parallelism than logic, let’s look at the following sentence: John prepared for an impending currency crisis, storing enough food and water … Read More

  • Free GMAT Events from e-GMAT!

    Free GMAT Events from e-GMAT!

    by on October 19th, 2012

    I’m happy to announce that e-GMAT has just launched a new event platform, hosting a ton of new and FREE events for the Beat The GMAT community! Below is the latest list of upcoming events, don’t miss out and … Read More

  • Twin Passages – For Practicing Your RC Main Point Skills

    Twin Passages – For Practicing Your RC Main Point Skills

    by on October 2nd, 2012

    This article is the continuation of our previous article named “Paragraph Summaries – An approach to Main Point“. In that article, we discussed in details what a passage and a paragraph are and we presented a … Read More

  • Paragraph Summaries – An Approach to Main Point

    Paragraph Summaries – An Approach to Main Point

    by on September 26th, 2012

    According to OG – each RC passage is a unified whole – that is, the individual sentences and paragraphs support and develop one main idea or central point which the student must identify. In this article, we will … Read More

  • 5 Strategies the GMAT Uses to Distort Meaning – Part 5

    5 Strategies the GMAT Uses to Distort Meaning – Part 5

    by on September 18th, 2012

    This article is the last in the series of “5 strategies the GMAT uses to distort meaning”. In this article we will talk about the fifth and the last strategy which is change in meaning due to “change or removal of … Read More

  • 5 Strategies the GMAT Uses to Distort Meaning – Part 4

    5 Strategies the GMAT Uses to Distort Meaning – Part 4

    by on August 8th, 2012

    This article is the fourth in the series of “5 strategies the GMAT uses to distort meaning”. In this article we will talk about the fourth strategy which is change in meaning due to “change of voice”. At the end … Read More

  • 5 Strategies the GMAT Uses to Distort Meaning – Part 3

    5 Strategies the GMAT Uses to Distort Meaning – Part 3

    by on July 28th, 2012

    This article is the third in the series of “5 strategies the GMAT uses to distort meaning”. In this article we will talk about the third strategy which is change in meaning due to “change of … Read More

  • 5 Strategies The GMAT Uses To Distort Meaning – Part 2

    5 Strategies The GMAT Uses To Distort Meaning – Part 2

    by on July 22nd, 2012

    This article is the continuation of “5 Strategies the GMAT Uses To Distort Meaning – Part 1“. In this article we introduced the 5 Strategies that GMAT uses to distort meaning and discussed the first … Read More

  • 5 Strategies The GMAT Uses To Distort Meaning – Part 1

    5 Strategies The GMAT Uses To Distort Meaning – Part 1

    by on July 16th, 2012

    Today’s article was written by Payal Tandon, Co-Founder and Chief Curriculum Developer at e-GMAT. GMAT Sentence Correction questions test the test taker on how effectively he/she can express the idea or … Read More