Break Away GMAT: Reading Comprehension

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Introduction

The Reading Comprehension questions on the GMAT are all about extracting what a passage is trying to say - an attribute that can easily be learned.

Description

The hardest part about this question type is that most practice material out there does not 'sound' right. That's where this course scores: 150 questions with the real 'GMAT' feel, passages which have a lot of detail, and are on a variety of topics ranging from science to history to literary criticism Reading Comprehension questions required you to actually understand the implications of the author's words, it's not only about reading but reading and understanding what the passage means. If you are thinking straight and have got a feel for the author's message, you will nail them. If you aren't, you are sunk. This course will make sure you are never sunk. You'll be nailing such questions in your sleep by the time you get through 10 hours of grueling practice. What's covered 150 high-quality reading comprehension problems, with the real GMAT feel 10 hours of step-by-step reasoning, so you can learn to think like the test-setters Visual highlights so that you really get why alternatives are right or wrong.

Goal of Course

What Will I Learn? Ace the sentence correction questions on the GMAT! Identify the common types of sentence correction questions on the GMAT, and know what techniques to apply. Know how to spot sentences that sound right but are actually wrong, or that sound wrong, but are actually right.

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