Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) Orientation. What is the GMAT?. Graduate Management Admission Test Computer adaptive test Does not measure creativity or motivation Does not require specific business knowledge Test measures Verbal Skills Mathematical Skills Writing Skills.
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In these questions you have to determine if the statements contain the necessary information to answer the questions. Is x > 4?
1) x < 92) x is an integer
Answer choices:(A) Statement (1) is, by itself, enough to enable you to answer the question, but statement (2) is not enough.(B) Statement (1) is not enough, by itself, to answer the question, but statement (2) is enough. (C) Combining statements (1) and (2) provides enough information to answer the question.(D) Either statement, by itself, provides enough information to answer the question.(E) Neither statement contains sufficient data to answer the question.
Hint: Use substitution!
a)9,000 b)900 c)90 d)9 e)0.9
what could reasonably be in the range of the answer?
Hint: eliminate redundancies!
Hint: who or what is “using”?
Hint: pronoun error or problem with verb?
Department stores range from two to eight floors in height. If a store has more than three floors, it has an elevator.
If the statements above are true, which of the following must also be true?
Hint: focus on what MUST be true as the question prompts, not on what MIGHT be true
Hint: Look for the answer that would weaken their belief the most powerfully!
TIP: You must memorize the types of logical fallacies frequently used on GMAT, such as post hoc fallacy and faulty analogy! If you don’t understand the logic vocabulary and concepts, the questions may be confusing!