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Modifer Errors

“in that” vs. “because”

“Agree”

Idiom: “Agree”

“Whether” vs. “If”

Verb Tense

Parallel Construction

Ambiguous Gerundial Clauses, 2 of 2

Ambiguous Gerundial Clauses, 1 of 2

Correct Sentences

Quantity Words and Idioms

Avoid Apples to Oranges Comparisons

Common Word Trap

Either...or / Neither...nor

Misplaced or Dangling Modifers

Collective Nouns that are Singular

3-Step Method

Like Tings

Gerunds (words that end with “ing”)

Verb Tense – 3 Tips

Similar Items

Idioms involving “as”

Idiom: “to be”

Idiom

Passive vs. Active Verb Tense

Idiom: “rates for”

Coordination, Subordination

Idiom: “same to…as to”

Passive

“Less”

Participles

Pronoun

Idiom: “just as…so”

Idiom: “Deciding that…”

“One of the…”

“Consider”

Idiom: “Forbid” vs. “Prohibit”

Strategy

Verb Phrase Ellipsis

Idiom: “not so much…as”

Comparison Words

“Compare”

Singular or Plural

Idiom: “so…as to be”

Idiom: “same as…as to”

“Number”

Pattern to Avoid

Infnitives to Avoid

Idiom: “just as…, so too…”

Idiom: “between…and”

“they”

Idiom – Paired Coordinates

Target “to”

Numbers Greater than 1

Gerunds (verb + “ing”)

Comparison of Actions

Pronoun Rules

“Hopefully”

Quantifers

Phrase, Clause

Idiom: “During”

Helping Verbs: “Might/May”

Idiom: “Credit”

Tinking Words

‘like” vs. “as”

“Just as”

“Having”

Plural/Singular

“Majority”

‘To Be’ Verb

“Each”

Idiom: “Concern”

“Due to”

“not…but”

“rather than”

“Between…and”

Guessing

Idiom: “target at”

“so…as to”

Modifers

Find the Conclusion

Scope

Causal Assumption

Supply Your Own Conclusion

Numbers, Percentages

Strengthen the Argument

Assumptions - 2

Assumptions -1

Mimic the Reasoning

Resolve the Paradox

Inference

Number of
Critical Reasoning (CR) Questions

Statistical Assumptions

Analogy Assumptions

Paraphrasing and Prephrasing

7 Principles of CR, 2 of 2

7 Principles of CR, 1 of 2

Prephrase

Weaken

Evaluate the Argument

Yin-Yang Shif

Two Types of Questions

Signposts

Analyzing Reading Comprehension
(RC) Passage

Indisputable Words

Indisputable Answers

Respect

Main Idea

Strong emotions

Logic and Active Reading

Global Questions

Focus

Explicit Detail

Qualify

Anticipate

General Questions

Direction Change Signposts

Good Words for RC Answer Choices

Strengthen/Weaken

How to Spot a Good Answer

Specifc Questions

Purpose, Main Idea

Specifc Details

Topic and Scope

Words to Avoid in RC Answer Choices

Multiple

Steps to Solve

Assuming

Backsolving Strategy

How to Check Whether Number
is Multiple of 9

How to Check Whether Number
is Multiple of 6

How to Check Whether Number
is Multiple of 4

How to Check Whether Number
is Multiple of 3

Gross Proft

Common Factor

How to Check Whether Number
is Multiple of 12

Multiplication Principle

Combinations

Combined Events

Permutations

3rd Rule of Probability

2nd Rule of Probability

1st Rule of Probability

Indistinguishable Events

Probability of Multiple Events

4th Rule of Probability

Dependent Events

Trial Problems

Multiple Event Probability

Probability and Geometry

Circular Permutations

Odd Factors

Number Added or Deleted

Permutations: Order matters

Prime Factorization:
Highest Common Factor (HCF)

Exponents

Quadratic Formula

Purchase Price vs. Market Value

Rate × Time = Distance (rt = d)

Check for Prime

Prime Factorization:
Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)

Area of a Trapezoid

Approximations

Squaring Fractions

Set Problem

Mixture Problem

Evenly Divisible Problem

Interest Problem

Intersecting Sets

Prime Number

Use FOIL Method with Quadratics
with Roots

Consecutive Integers

Standard Deviation of n Numbers

Properties of 0

Gross vs. Net

Geometry: Triangles

Geometry: Similar Triangle Areas

Percent Increase vs. Percent of

Odd and Even

Simplify Base

Averages

Useful Percentages to Know

Group Problems Involving “Either/Or”

Divisors

Percentage

Powers and Roots

Sum of Angles in a Regular Polygon

Factor Out and Simplify

Balancing Method for Mixtures/Dilutions
Example

Added, Deleted

Group Problems Involving “Both/Neither”

Factorial of Zero

A Common Digits Problem

Average Rate

Sum of Consecutive Numbers

Simple Interest

Count Consecutive Numbers

Factors

Percent

Prime Numbers

Average of Consecutive Numbers

Quadratics

Work Problems

Simple Compounding

Solving a System of Equations Rule

Slope

Hard Questions

Rephrase

Insufcient

Common Trap

First Data Sufciency (DS) Questions

What is Being Asked?

Looking at Both Statements Together

“Yes/No”

Equations

Sufciency in “Yes/No” Questions

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