The GMAT Critical Reasoning Process
Overwhelmed by Critical Reasoning? Can't seem to find the assumption? Failing to pinpoint the boldface portions? Always getting stuck between two compelling answers?
This guide is for you! Written by a GMAT tutor who scored in the 99th percentile on the verbal section of the GMAT (47V), this guide presents a simple, step-by-step approach to addressing any and all CR questions, illustrated by a ton of fully-explained tricky CR problems.
Unlike most other guides or courses, which overwhelm you with sixty thousand "logical rules" to memorize before you can even look at a CR question, this guide takes a different approach. There's just one process for every type of CR question: understand it like an argument, then answer the question.
This is the same process I used to get a 47V on my own GMAT, and how dozens of my students have gotten 40+ on their own verbal sections, including multiple students who've scored 700+.
1. What comes included with this guide?
A thorough explanation of the process to understand a CR question as an argument, then a whole bunch of fully-explained CR questions in every single category that the GMAT tests using this process.
2. What can I expect after I've finished the guide?
Once you've mastered every single question in this guide, you'll be able to do any CR question untimed and get the correct answer (barring any careless errors). Then you just need some live practice to be able to do the same timed on test day!
3. Why is there a pineapple on the cover?
Accidentally spilled my pineapple while I was writing the book.
"I used both the Princeton Review and Magoosh and was still blown away by the tips in this book! Trevor provides key strategies for tackling each type of question and then walks you through how to execute these strategies one step at a time. I highly recommend!!!!!"
-Tiana Hood, GMAT studier
"I used the CR VERBAL guide and found it extremely helpful. It strengthened my understanding of CR and I saw noticeable improvement in my performance. I highly recommend this guide!" -
Alec Li, GMAT studier
If you're interested in learning more, check out a sample problem!