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    New GMAT verbal Distribution and New GMAT Syllabus


    GMAT-NEW DISTRIBUTION OF VERBAL SECTION QUESTIONS ON CRITICAL REASONING (CR), SENTENCE CORRECTION (SC), READING COMPREHENSION (RC)

    Before going to tell you more elaborated about the Verbal –Section of GMAT. Let’s discussed the two most important terms GMAT and GMAC. Every second student wants to join big business school to accelerate his /her career in the Management.

    GMAT

    The GMAT test is a computer adaptive test, which is commonly known as the Graduate Management Aptitude Test.

    GMAC

    GMAC is the conducting authority of this GMAT. GMAC stands for Graduate management Admission Council. More than 7000 programs at approximately 2300+ graduate business schools around the world accept the GMAT as part of the selection criteria.

    WHAT IS VERBAL MEAN

    The word verbal talks more about the Analytical, logical, critical thinking on one aspect or other. This section could be easy for someone and difficult for another one as different individual have different analytical, logical and critical think image. Physiologically, it is very simple, as every individual have different logic on different perception or opinion.

    GMAT VERBAL SECTION

    The GMAT verbal section is designed to test your command of English writing, your skills in analyzing arguments and your ability to read critically.
    This section contains three question types:

    1. Critical reasoning (CR)
    2. Sentence Correction (SC)
    3. Reading Comprehension (RC)

    As per the new syllabus issued by GMAC verbal section’s question has been reduce from 41 to 36. Now the time for per question is from 109.7 s to 108.3 s.

    HOW CAN YOU PREPARE FOR CRITICAL REASONING

    CR is the most confusing topic of GMAT. You have to teach to break the argument and pick up the right answer in half a minute. Here you can effectively prepare for the GMAT.
    - Find out the clues from the given statements that help in solving questions.
    - You need to align the question around your own logical and analytical capabilities and then draw your conclusion.
    - Go slow and steady to access the situation of the question.
    - You need to gather information according to the contextual meaning of question

    HOW CAN YOU PREPARE FOR THE SENTENCE CORRECTION

    In these set of questions, you will provided a sentence where a partially highlighted parts need to be rectified. As there would be multiple option provided for a right answer, which you can mark the right answer but original meaning has not been changed. Here you can effectively prepare for GMAT.
    - Read the entire sentence carefully.
    - Be attentive for the non highlighted part as well.
    - Review grammatical build, punctuation build and spelling build of the entire sentence properly.
    - Identify the correct subject verb agreement.

    HOW CAN YOU PREPARE FOR THE READING COMPREHENSION

    It may be easy to answer to this section. However, don’t lose your focus from the comprehension. This section not required the worldly knowledge but what required is your focus.
    - Need to find out what is the topic about.
    - What aspect of the topic does it focused
    - Jot down the key notes/ words of the passage.
    - Read the passage in detail, don’t hurry.

    FAQ

    HOW LONG A GMAT SECTION OF VERBAL REASONING?
    It consists 36 MCQ (Multiple-choice-question). You have to complete this section in 65 minutes. The Verbal Reasoning Section of GMAT ensure your ability to read and comprehend written material, reason of argument and evaluate it and correct material effectively in standard written English.

    HOW MANY QUESTIONS CAN YOU GET WRONG IN GMAT VERBAL?
    We recommend no more than 8-10 mistakes in Verbal Section.

    HOW HARD IS VERBAL GMAT?
    It’s not hard, it’s tricky. You need to implement your logical and analytical skills more.

    Practice brainstorming to cracked it.
    Be logical and analytical