GMAT RCs

GMAT passages cover variety of topics, but thet come from primarily three areas, So we can divide these into three categories.
1. Social Science :
Social or historic issues, such as civil rights movement, labor rights or World Wars
2. Science:
science(biology,geology,physics etc) topics like worms, lizards, genes , chromosomes, black , genetic mapping (things u can't even imagine)holes ,etc
3. Bussiness:
The topic we all are familiar with, but don't let your knowledge make you answer the question. bussiness related topics, such as management stratergies or the trade laws.

RC is one of the toughest section of GMAT , You should b able to comprehend the passage in 4 mins and answer all the questions in less than 5 mins. In my next post will give the source and practice materials for RCs.

2 comments:

jw 13/11/08 12:02 PM  

I totally agree with you about reading comprehension being the toughest part.

Here is what I've found. A lot of people find it tough because of the change from reading a book to reading from a computer screen. I realize this sounds quite gimmicky, but I have really found this to be true.

So here is what I suggest:
(1) Go to Mba.com and download the real practice tests. (2) Go to GMAT Practice Questions and practice reading comprehension questions.

Mohammad Arshad 13/11/08 11:33 PM  

Thanks jw for ur comments but the issue is comprehending the passage in so less time

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