Here is some advice for how to take Verbal GMAT questions and improve your score on the GMAT test: When “more” is used in the comparative form of an adjective (ex: more complicated) or adverb (ex: more probably), it is followed by “than”.
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I often speak with students who are having difficulty with GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions. Often they are not completely sure how to approach GMAT Critical Reasoning Questions when one shows up on the GMAT Test. One big mistakes that students make with GMAT Critical Reasoning Question is read the argument too soon. Students then wonder […]