Solve 700+ level Critical Reasoning questions using the common argument patterns

Mastering the different types of arguments is the key if you want to score a V36 or higher on the GMAT verbal section. Most students tend to prefer intuition and common logic over structured process for solving CR questions; as a result their performance fluctuates drastically. To score a 700+ GMAT score you need to understand how arguments are constructed and how can you reverse engineer arguments to find the correct response.

To help you crack GMAT CR, we have organized a free webinar this to help you learn our four step approach, and apply the same on 700+ level questions to give you the confidence to score 90th percentile and even more.

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February 26, 2024

21:00 hrs

Mayur Tyagi

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Session Highlights

  • Learn three different types of CR arguments on GMAT that will help you identify the pattern of the argument and predict the probable answer.
  • Learn to identify the language shift in the reasoning to identify assumption made by the author- Solve toughest CR questions in <90 seconds by spotting the GAP in the argument.
  • Learn to identify common trap answers in 700+ CR questions- GMAT is predictable in the way it writes trap answers and you can benefit a great deal if you manage to spot these traps.
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Mayur Tyagi

GMATâ„¢ Expert

Mayur, a mechanical engineer, followed his passion for verbal reasoning and aptitude. He breaks the most complex verbal concepts into simple mathematical steps that students can easily follow and achieve scores that they desire. Training more than 5000 students over the past 7 years, his students have scored 760(V44), 730(V46) in GMAT™ to name a few. Truly following the words of Maya Angelou, "When you know better you do better", Mayur makes sure his students always know better.