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Top 10 Ways to Improve Your GMAT Score

Posted on October 23, 2013

CrackVerbal presents the top 10 GMAT Prep tips from our top scorers. We’ve also added 9 other tactics that our students used to ace the test!   Our students have made it to top B-schools like Harvard, Kellogg, Wharton, MIT Sloan, ISB and many more, and are delighted to share their…

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8 RC Tips from GMAT High Scorers

Posted on October 16, 2013
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CrackVerbal presents the top 8 GMAT RC tips from our top scorers. Our students have made it to top B-schools like Harvard, Kellogg, Wharton, MIT Sloan, ISB and many more, and…

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There is 1 question that plagues most GMAT test-takers – especially when they seem to get “stuck” at a particular score –   Do I have it in me to score high on the GMAT?   The answer is YES! However, before you start looking for the…

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In conversation with Sreejit Kurup who scored 760 on the GMAT and made it to IIM Lucknow for executive MBA.   What was your background like before you thought of doing an MBA?   I did my engineering in 1999 and have been working since. I had 12 years of work experience…

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Reverse Causation in GMAT CR

Posted on September 17, 2013
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Assumption-based questions make up about 40% of the questions in GMAT CR. They test you on your ability to identify and understand the relationships – if any – that exist between the premises and the conclusion. Some of the tricky logical traps that assumption-based questions may…

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8 Tips to Tackle GMAT Sentence Correction

Posted on September 11, 2013

“I am able to eliminate 3 options in GMAT Sentence Correction very easily, but when I choose between the last 2 options, I always pick the wrong one!”   You will not believe the number of times I’ve heard students complain about this. 🙂 My answer…

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Gmat Verbal

Firstly, let us define what we mean by “tougher” or “easier”. For the sake of simplicity, let us consider a particular test of 100 marks. Previously, 80% of the students scored above 50 marks but now only 70% of the students score above 50 marks. Would…

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Wanted: Better GMAT OG Explanations!

Posted on August 30, 2013
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Background:   Anyone who has been studying for the GMAT for a few weeks – especially those who have started solving the Official Guide provided by GMAC, know this too well – OG explanations suck!   Is this post going to give you better OG explanations?…

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gmat verbs

The choice between verb-ing and to-verb in GMAT Sentence Correction is something that has troubled test-takers forever. Though there are no blanket rules that will help you tackle questions that test this, there are certain guidelines you can follow to make the right choice.   General Usage…

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‘Because’ Versus ‘Due to’

Posted on August 09, 2013
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Though these 2 terms are often used interchangeably in everyday speech, they are actually different and must be treated differently on the GMAT.   The use of ‘Because’   ‘Because’ helps answer the WHY question – why did something happen? For e.g.   The flight was cancelled…

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