GMAT Personal Study Guide

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1. Quantitative

1.1. CAT I

1.1.1. Combinatorics Remember All Factorials from 1! - 6! Count Possibility (making decisions) Arranging Different Groups (Unique) Arranging Different Groups (Repetition Allowed) Multiple Groups (Add and Multiple at once) Problem Sets

1.1.2. Overlapping Sets The Double-Set Matrix Percents Algebraic Representation 2 Sets, 3 Choices: Still Double-Set Matrix 3-Set Problems: Venn Diagrams Problem Sets

1.1.3. Divisibility & Primes Rules of Divisibility by Integers Divisibility and Addition/Subtraction Prime Numbers (Memorize) Prime Factorization Prime Box GCF & LCM - Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple Finding GCF and LCM Using Venn Diagrams Remainders Decimal Reminders (Page 24)

1.1.4. Lines & Angles General Rules Intersecting Lines Exterior Angle of a Triangle Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal

1.2. CAT II

1.2.1. Consecutive Integers Counting Integers Integer Properties Consecutive Multiples Evenly Spaced Sets Consecutive Integers Sum of Consecutive Integers

1.2.2. Digits & Decimals Place Value Shifting the Decimal Decimal Operations Powers and Roots

1.2.3. Percents Percentage Increase/Decrease Successive Percents Compound Interest

1.2.4. Statistics Average Weighted Average Median Standard Deviation

1.3. CAT III

1.3.1. Algebraic Translations Common Relationships Integer Constraints Awesome Unit Conversion Tactic

1.3.2. Coordinate Plane Properties of Lines Positive and Negative Quadrants

1.3.3. Fractions Simplification Techniques Multiplication Shortcut No Shortcuts for Addition or Subtraction Dividing Fractions: Use the Reciprocal Comparing Fractions: Cross Multiply! Never Split the Demoninator

1.3.4. Polygons Overview Interior Angles of Polygons Area Surface Area Volume

1.3.5. Rates & Work

1.3.6. Ratios Setting up Ratios The Unknown Multiplier Multiple Ratios: Make a Common Term

1.3.7. Triangles & Diagonals Triangle Properties Common Right Triangles Diagonals of Other Polygons Similar Triangles Area of a Triangle (1/2bh)

1.4. CAT IV

1.4.1. Exponents & Roots

1.4.2. Extra Problem Types

1.4.3. FDPs

1.4.4. Inequalities Manipulating Compound Inequalities Consider Positive, Negative, Decimals, and Zero Inequalities and Absolute Value Square-Rooting Inequalities

1.4.5. Odds & Evens

1.4.6. Probability Complementary Mutually Exclusive Events Probability of Event A OR Event B

1.4.7. Quadratic Equations Factoring Perfect Square Equations Quadratic Formula (What to Know)

1.5. CAT V

1.5.1. Circles & Cylinders Radium, Diameter, Circumference, and Area Arc Length, Perimeter of a Sector Inscribed vs. Central Angles Inscribed Triangles Cylinders and Volume Surface Area of a Cylinder

1.5.2. Formulas Plug-In Formulas Strange Symbol Formulas Formulas with Unspecified Amounts Sequence Formulas Recursive Sequences Sequences and Patterns

1.5.3. Linear Equations

1.5.4. Positives & Negatives

2. Verbal

2.1. Critical Reasoning

2.1.1. CAT I Resolve a Problem

2.1.2. CAT II Inference Conclusion must be Guaranteed

2.1.3. CAT III Describe the Role Complete the Argument

2.1.4. CAT IV Provide an Example

2.1.5. CAT V Evaluate the Conclusion Find the Assumption Strategy Negation Technique Strengthen the Argument Weaken the Argument Explain the Discrepancy Evaluate the Argument Flaw

2.2. Sentence Correction

2.2.1. CAT III Connecting Punctuation Verb Tense Simple Tense Progressive Tense Perfect Tense Word Choices lay vs. lie between vs. among comparatives vs. superlatives if vs. whether Countable vs. Uncountable Items rather than vs. instead of affect vs. effect Passive vs. Active Sentences

2.2.2. CAT IV Comparisons Subject-Verb Agreement Pronouns Personal Pronouns Demonstrative Pronouns Indefinite Pronouns Exception to the rule Modifiers Noun Modifiers Verb Modifiers Relative Clauses Idioms Verbs Conditionals

2.2.3. CAT V Parallelism Concision Meaning Quantity

2.3. Reading Comprehension

2.3.1. CAT IV Passage Structure Tone Inference Specific Detail

2.3.2. CAT V Main Idea

2.3.3. Basics

3. Integrated Reasoning

4. AWA Essay

5. General Test Taking Strategy

6. New Idea