Verbal tutorials

Last updated: 13 Oct 2008

The verbal section of the GMAT consists of a slightly more rapid 41 questions in 75 minutes. and tests your reading comprehension, logic and grammar.

There are three types of questions reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction.

We will provide all the tutorials you need, to enable you to tackle any question in the verbal section of the GMAT.

Critical reasoning tutorial

Critical reasoning questions make up 1/3 of the questions in the verbal section. In this tutorial we will show you how to tackle the most common types of critical reasoning questions.

Sentence correction

Sentence correction questions make up 1/3 of the questions in the verbal section. In this tutorial we will show you how to tackle the most common types of sentence correction questions.

Idiomatic expressions

Idiomatic expressions are phrases that are common in standard written English. There is no magic formula or logical procedure for determining if a particular combination of verbs, prepositions, and nouns is correct.

This tutorial will teach you the idiomatic expressions that appear most often in sentence correction questions.

Reading comprehension
Reading comprehension accounts for the final 1/3 of questions in the verbal section.
This tutorial will take you through the strategies you need to tackle all the most common types of reading comprehension question which appear in the GMAT.

 

Comments (2):

  1. Life is most often not a rehearsal......so live it!!

    prepgmat on 5 Dec 2006 (permalink)
  2. yeah right , really liked it and yes life is camera so keep smiling :)

    Anonymous on 19 Mar 2007 (permalink)

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