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Table Of Contents

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 1: Analysis of an Argument
Section 2: Integrated Reasoning
Section 4: Verbal
Answer Key
Answer Explanations
Sample Essays
Scoring Worksheets
II. Two-Month Cram Plan
Two-Month Cram Plan
III. One-Month Cram Plan
IV. One-Week Cram Plan
One-Week Cram Plan
V. Analysis of an Argument
A. Approach to the Essay
1. Thinking
2. Analysis
a. Faulty Underlying Assumptions
b. Weak, Inappropriate, or Misleading Information
c. Drawing Unwarranted Conclusions
3. Planning and Organizing
4. Writing
a. Develop Your Examples
b. Organize Coherently
c. Use Active Verbs
d. Avoid Qualifying Phrases
e. Avoid Clichés
f. Use Sentence Variety
g. Employ Rhetorical Strategies
5. Proofread
B. GMAT Scoring
C. Sample Argument Questions
VI. Integrated Reasoning Questions
A. Table Analysis
1. Example
2. Practice
B. Graphic Interpretation
1. Examples
C. Multi-Source Reasoning
VII. Reading Comprehension
A. Main Purpose or Central Idea Questions
B. Supporting Idea Questions
C. Inference Questions
D. Application Questions
E. Structure Questions
F. Style and Tone Questions
Practice
Answers
VIII. Critical Reasoning
A. Using Deductive Reasoning
B. Plan Questions
C. Argument Questions
1. Strengthen or Weaken an Argument
2. Parallel Argument
D. Conclusion Questions
1. Select a Conclusion
2. Evaluate a Conclusion
E. Discrepancy Questions
F. Incomplete Information Questions
1. Complete the Question
2. Missing Information
IX. Sentence Correction
A. Punctuation
1. Commas
a. To Separate Items in a Series
b. Before Conjunctions That Join Main Clauses
c. To Set Off Expressions That Interrupt the Sentence
d. With Direct Quotations
e. To Set Off Appositives
f. With Nonrestrictive Clauses or Phrases
g. To Set Off Geographical Names, Addresses, and Dates
h. To Separate Two Adjectives
i. To Separate Contrasting Parts of a Sentence
Use a comma to separate contrasting parts of a sentence
j. After Introductory Phrases or Clauses
2. Semicolons
a. To Join Main Clauses
b. Connection between Main Clauses
c. To Separate Main Clauses
3. Colons
a. Before a List
b. Before a Long, Formal Statement
c. Before an Explanatory Statement
4. Dashes
a. Abrupt Break in Thought
b. Before a Summary
5. End Marks
a. Question Marks
b. Exclamation Marks
6. Sample Questions
B. Grammar
P: Pronoun errors
1. Pronoun Errors
a. Pronoun Antecedent Agreement Errors
b. Pronoun Case Errors
2. Redundancy and Wordiness
3. Idioms
4. Modification
a. Misplaced Modifiers
b. Dangling Modifiers
5. Parallelism
6. Errors with Adjectives and Adverbs
a. Comparisons
b. Adjective/Adverb Confusion
7. Diction
8. Comparisons
a. Illogical Comparisons
b. Unbalanced Comparisons
c. Faulty Comparisons
9. Agreement
a. Agreement of Subject and Verb
b. Agreement Problems with Indefinite Pronouns
c. Agreement Problems with Inverted Sentences
d. Noun Agreement
10. Tense and Voice
a. Tense
b. Voice
11. Sentence Structure
a. Run-On Sentences
b. Sentence Fragments
X. Quantitative Section
A. Reviewing Math Concepts
1. Arithmetic
a. Integers and Real Numbers
b. Fractions and Decimals
c. Percent and Proportions
d. Divisibility and Remainders
e. Patterns and Sequences
f. Sets
g. Counting Problems, Combinations, and Permutations
h. Probability
i. Mean, Median, and Mode
2. Algebra
a. Algebraic Expressions
b. Equations
c. Inequalities
d. Absolute Values
e. Systems of Equations
f. Exponents
g. Direct and Inverse Variation
h. Functions
3. Geometry
a. Measurement of Angles and Line Segments
b. Properties of Triangles
c. Similarity
d. Areas and Perimeters
e. Solids, Volumes, and Surface Areas
f. Properties of Circles
g. Coordinate Geometry
h. Slopes and Lines
B. Solving Word Problems
1. Percent
2. Numbers
3. Distance
4. Proportion
5. Work
6. Probability
7. Counting
8. Geometry
9. Data Interpretation
10. Set
XI. Problem Solving
A. Arithmetic
B. Algebra
C. Geometry
XII. Data Sufficiency Questions
XIII. Full-Length Practice Test with Answer Explanations
Section 3: Quantitative
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CliffsNotes GMAT Cram Plan

CliffsNotes GMAT Cram Plan

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Get a plan to ace the exam—and make the most of the time you have leftWhether you have two months, one month, or even just a week left before the exam, you and get a trusted and achievable cram plan to ace the GMATReflects the latest changes that will be administered to the GMAT in June 2012Each plan includes a diagnostic test, subject reviews, and a full-length practice test with answers and detailed explanations
Get a plan to ace the exam—and make the most of the time you have leftWhether you have two months, one month, or even just a week left before the exam, you and get a trusted and achievable cram plan to ace the GMATReflects the latest changes that will be administered to the GMAT in June 2012Each plan includes a diagnostic test, subject reviews, and a full-length practice test with answers and detailed explanations

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