Comprehensive GMAT Critical Reasoning Course

The most comprehensive GMAT Critical Reasoning Course

  • Are you confused between the last 2 options on GMAT CR?
  • Do you end up not knowing what is "out of scope" on CR?
  • Are Bold-faced questions a nightmare to solve on the GMAT?
  • Is finding the assumption based on a hit-or-miss technique?

If you answered with a "YES" to any of the questions above it is because you have been looking at CR in the wrong way!

You may be very analytical in our approach to things in daily life. Maybe your job predominantly involves you critically analysing data. However, you will realise the on the GMAT the CR is designed to trip you over. Hence, it is important that you cultivate a healthy dose of both objective analysis and subjective interpretation of data - perhaps the most difficult tightrope walk on the GMAT.

This course has the same structure and methods that are covered in our classroom coaching sessions. It is tailored to ensure that you do not fall for the standard traps that GMAT sets for you.

In this course you will learn the following question types:

  • Find the Assumptions
  • Strengthen the Argument
  • Weaken the Argument
  • Evaluate the Argument
  • Find the Flaw in the Argument
  • Find the Logical Conclusion
  • Resolve the Paradox / Problem
  • Boldfaced Questions

Your Instructor

Arun Jagannathan
Arun Jagannathan

Considered one of the leading GMAT experts in the world, Arun brings with him over a decade of experience teaching various aspects of the GMAT. As a 99th %ile scorer himself he understands what it takes to crack the test - the concepts, the techniques, and the strategies.

Course Curriculum

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