Way to Data Sufficiency Excellence

Always write AD/BCE before you start a Data Sufficiency question.

If Statement (1) solves, Eliminate BCE.
If Statement (1) solves, but Statement (2) doesn't, (A) is the answer.
If Statement (1) and Statement (2) both solve, then (D) is the answer.
If Statement (1) doesn't solve, Eliminate AD.
If Statement (1) doesn't solve, but Statement (2) does, (B) is the answer.
If neither Statement (1) nor Statement (2) solves, but TOGETHER they do solve, the answer is (C).
If no combination of the Statements solves, then the answer is (E).
(A) = (1) only, (B) = (2) only, (C) = Combination, (D) = inDependence, (E) = Extraneous

Don't solve the question! Your goal is simply to see if you have enough information to solve. Don't forget, laziness counts in Data Sufficiency and, in fact, is rewarded!


Princeton Review Coaching Center

I have joined Princeton Review Coaching Center at kormangala Branch

The material is good and they have a good online student center.
There management in terms of arranging classes is very bad.
Some inputs at orientation class
They spend $ 2 million on doing research for the types of question GMAT ask.
GMAT question are designed by pshycoanalyst. And are very tricky question . Average GMAT score is 550 . Almost everyone who gets GMAT 2nd time has better score.
GMAT is about knowing fundamentals, Its about knowing to solve the question in a different and quick way.

Will update more about the same.


Official Guide 11- Brand new Unused for Sale.

Official Guide 11- Brand new Unused for Sale.

I have got an extra copy today from The Princeton Review as I joined coaching institute

Do mail me arshadhp@gmail.com for people in bangalore for good price

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  • ABHORRENCE - Hate coupled with disgust
  • INCUMBENCY - The term during which some position is held
  • MITIGATE -Lessen or to try to lessen the seriousness or extent of
  • dubious - Open to doubt or suspicion
  • FOSTERING - Encouragement; aiding the development of something
  • ELICIT- Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
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