# What are Sufficient but not Necessary Conditions?

In GMAT CR, connectives like “if….then”, “whenever”, “anytime”, etc.,  imply the presence of a condition or a requirement. Confusion is created when we do not have clarity about what kind of a condition these connectives represent. In our previous article, we have already discussed the nature of – a necessary but not sufficient condition. In

# GMAT Critical Reasoning Necessary vs Sufficient Conditions

In GMAT Critical Reasoning, Necessary vs Sufficient condition questions are considered to be among the trickiest ones. These GMAT Critical Reasoning questions will present you with so subtle and elegantly woven pitfalls that to an untrained eye they would look like obvious clues to the answer. In this article, we’ll focus on Necessary BUT NOT Sufficient

# GMAT Critical Reasoning – Video Lesson

If you’re wondering how to master GMAT Critical Reasoning, you’ve landed on the right page. At e-GMAT, we conduct Free Webinars every weekend to help the GMAT Aspirants plan and define their preparation. The recording below is that of the Session on “Master Pre-thinking in GMAT Critical Reasoning”. You can watch the recording or register

# Alternate Cause – A weakener or not

Introduction Almost all of us would have heard of causal arguments and most of us would also know the common weakener categories for such arguments. For example: one of the common weakeners is the one which suggests an alternate cause for the effect. Still, at times, we find that these common weakener categories don’t work.