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## GMAT and Meaning – Part 5 – Change/Remove Words that provide Context

A 6 minute readThis article is the last in the series of “5 Strategies that GMAT uses to distort meaning“. In the previous article, we had discussed the first strategy – “Change of Voice“. In this one, we’ll be discussing the last strategy – “Change/Remove Words that provide Context”, along with official questionsRead more…

## GMAT and Meaning – Part 4: Strategy 4 – Change of Voice

A 8 minute readThis article is the fourth in the series of “5 Strategies that GMAT uses to distort meaning“. In the previous article, we had discussed the first strategy – “Change of Conjunctions“. In this one, we’ll be discussing the fourth strategy – “Change of Voice”, along with official questions and explanations.Read more…

## GMAT and Meaning – Part 3: Strategy 3 – Change of Conjunctions

A 9 minute readThis article is the third in the series of “5 Strategies that GMAT uses to distort meaning“. In the previous article, we had discussed the first strategy – “Use of Modifiers“. In this one, we’ll be discussing the third strategy – “Change of Conjunctions”, along with official questions and explanations.Read more…

## GMAT and Meaning – Part 2: Strategy 2 – Use of Modifiers

A 10 minute readThis article is the second in series of “5 Strategies that GMAT uses to distort meaning“. In the previous article, we had discussed the first strategy – “Placement of Modifiers“. In this one, we’ll be discussing the second strategy – “Use of Modifiers”, along with official questions and explanations. TheRead more…

## Marconi’s Conception Of the Radio Was As a Substitute: OG13 Q105

A 2 minute readMarconi’s conception of the radio was as a substitute for the telephone, a tool for private conversation; instead, it is precisely the opposite, a tool for communicating with a large, public audience. MEANING ANALYSIS Marconi’s conception of the radio was as a substitute for the telephone, a tool for private conversation;Read more…

## 6 Brand New Application Files

A 3 minute readQ) My Quant is stuck somewhere. Q) I understand the concepts but I am unable to solve questions. Q) I am clueless about 600+ level questions. Q) I could solve only the easy ones. Q) I make silly mistakes. Q) I spend too much time on some questions.   AndRead more…

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