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## Tag: GMAT tip

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##### Data Sufficiency: Lean toward A B D, and Jump to C vs. E, Part 2
When the statements are each clearly insufficient, ruling out A, B, and D from the start, the answer can only be C or E
##### How to Improve Your Focus on the Integrated Reasoning Section
Sleep and exercise are the two most important things to help students lock in while taking the GMAT
##### Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle: Good for … Your GMAT Score
"Grammar" becomes easier when you reduce the portion of the sentence that you focus on
##### GMAT Tip: Punctuation Pointers
There are no questions about commas, semi-colons, and dashes on the GMAT, but if you don't know how to use them you'll be lost
##### GMAT Tip: Avoiding Errors With Four Common Words
"Among," "between," "like," and "as" are four words that bedevil many GMAT test takers
##### GMAT Tip: How to Deal With a Critical Reasoning 'Paradox'
When tackling "paradox" questions on the GMAT it helps to analyze the argument before taking on the question and answer choices
##### GMAT Tip: Patience is a Virtue on Sentence Correction Questions
Quickly eliminating an answer because it sounds wrong could turn out to be a big mistake
##### GMAT Tip: Tackling the Toughest Data Sufficiency Questions
If you can narrow your answer choices on a data sufficiency question down to two, finding the correct one requires a little work
##### GMAT Tip: 'Why' Can Be as Important as 'What'
Answer choices can tell you if a question requires a calculation or a rough estimate, and where you might go wrong
##### GMAT Tip: Understanding Rate Problems
A single tough rate problem can wreak havoc on your GMAT score, but not if you understand the basics