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“Agree”
“Whether” vs. “If”
Idiom
“Just as”
Pronoun Errors
“not…but”
“rather than”
“Due to”
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
“so…as to”
Idioms involving “as”
Guessing
Idiom: “to be”
Passive vs. Active Verb Tense
“Compare”
Idiom: “Concern”
Idiom: “rates for”
Coordination, Subordination
Idiom: “same to…as to”
Passive Voice
“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
Singular or Plural
Idiom: “so [adj.]…as to be [adj.]”
“Number”
“Each”
Pattern to Avoid
Infnitives to Avoid
Idiom: “just as…, so too…”
“Majority”
Idiom: “between…and”
“they”
Idiom – Paired Coordinates
“Target to” and “Target at”
Numbers Greater than 1
Gerunds (verb + “ing”)
Comparison of Actions
“Hopefully”
Quantifers
Dangling Participle
Idiom: “During”
Helping Verbs: “Might/May”
Idiom: “Credit”
Tinking Words
“Having”
Plural/Singular
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
4-Step Method
Indicate Flaw
Weaken/Strengthen
Questions Involving Surveys
Statistics
Negate
Irrelevant
Scope Shifs
Inference vs. Assumption
Explanation
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
Combined Events
Dependent Events
3rd Rule of Probability
2nd Rule of Probability
1st Rule of Probability
4th Rule of Probability
Indistinguishable Events
Probability of Multiple Events
Permutations: Order matters
Trial Problems
Multiple Event Probability
Probability and Geometry
Circular Permutations
Odd Factors
Number Added or Deleted
Slope
Triangles
Prime Factorization: Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
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
Count Consecutive Numbers
Factors
Percent
Prime Numbers
Average of Consecutive Numbers
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
Solving a System of Equations Rule
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