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Break Away GMAT: Critical Reasoning

Master skills required for acing the Critical Reasoning section in GMAT. Prepare with GMAT experts at LoonyCorn and take steps towards your dream GMAT score.

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GMAT Critical Reasoning

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive test that is conducted to assess the analytical, reasoning, quantitative, writing and verbal skills of aspirants who aim to take admission in graduate level management programmes in top business schools across the globe. The Verbal section consists of Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning and Sentence Correction. Critical Reasoning questions in GMAT test your ability to reason, analyze, apply logic, and come to right conclusions.

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Course Objectives

To ace Critical Reasoning in GMAT, you would require extensive practice in order to build the right mindset. This course by the GMAT experts at LoonyCorn will help you gain ample practice in the Critical Reasoning section and ensure success in the Verbal section in GMAT. By taking this course, you will gain access to:

  • Tests with ORIGINAL questions designed to challenge and assess your skills in Critical Reasoning
  • Step by step video solutions to help you understand your mistakes and build a strong foundation in terms of approach
  • Insights on common mistakes to avoid and recommended strategies which has worked very well for GMAT toppers

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Related Courses

You can find the Complete Course by Loony Corn covering all the topics by clicking the following link: Break Away GMAT: The Complete Guide

The team at Loony Corn has also come with courses to help aspirants deal with the remaining sections in the GMAT. The links to the courses are listed below:

Break Away GMAT: Problem Solving

Break Away GMAT: Data Sufficiency

Break Away GMAT: Reading Comprehension

Break Away GMAT: Sentence Correction

Course Plan

1. You, This Course, and Us
1 video
You, This Course, and Us 01:55
2. Section 1: Question 1 to 10
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 1

CutFlix and Orinoco 06:04

Boom-time saving in Ersulia 06:09

Code reviews at Froogle 06:19

Lithium in bottled milk 05:46

Charles does not want a Tera 05:51

Basketball to grow taller 05:42

Cattle feed imported in Arcadia 05:49

Elephant heights at Bazinga 06:07

Diseases of affluence 05:42

To bargain or not to bargain 06:41
3. Section 2: Question 2 to 20
10 videos  · 1 test
Per-capita emissions 06:13

Online dating 07:10

Different neuron patterns 05:55

Low emission zones 05:52

Neolocal and ambilocal kinship 05:44

Russion voices, Indian accent 05:29
4. Section 3: Question 21 to 30
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 3

Blubber drivers 06:42

Chicken feet 05:51

Tera quality inspections 06:15

Early bird promotions 06:36

Sworn affidavit and a visa 05:19

The internet and being social 05:46

Tech company CEOs 06:18

Overflowing prisons in Eurabia 05:45

Screening movies in Eurabia 06:08

The occult or the scientific 06:32
5. Section 4: Question 31 to 40
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 4

UN peacekeepers 05:57

Capital controls and currency black markets 06:51

The retailer's old guard 06:16

Cross functional rotation 05:29

Parliamentary committee interrogation 06:03

Windriver and Bitsy 07:09

CPAs and computer skills 07:54

The one-handed backhand back in vogue 06:02

Private golf courses and water consumption 06:37

Time flies faster when you're older 05:01
6. Section 5: Question 41 to 50
11 videos  · 1 test
Test 5

Supporting gambling interests in Montevito 06:08

Short positions and distress sales 07:14

Amnesty for foreign assets 07:08

Positive memories and negative information 04:44

Domestic violence due to alcohol 06:17

Slipcart and its data center 07:20

Froogle search rankings 05:45

Lower inflation in Circadia 05:51

Reduced tax rates to fix the budget deficit 06:53

Free bicycles for kids in Bulsa 05:54

The sleep-wake cycle and the thermostat 06:28
7. Section 6: Question 51 to 60
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 6

Bangalore restaurants 05:33

Average height Carmel and Montevito 05:29

Athlete or executive 06:32

CPAs should be computer science or math majors 06:42

Deteriorating economy in Pomar 06:16

Depression makes one rational 06:47

Genetically modified cows 06:49

Flat hierarchies in tech firms 07:52

Gaining weight when dieting 05:21

Food aid in Perulia 05:55
8. Section 7: Question 61 to 70
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 7

Demographics of Merlin County 06:44

Gang initiation rites 06:08

Food allowance for armed forces 05:55

Cereal for breakfast 04:55

GPAs at Arcady Business School 07:20

Acquirer's stock performance 07:01

John Kuri for president 05:57

Identical aircraft designs 06:03

Eurabia in the Olympics 05:41

Geepers weekly or monthly? 07:34
9. Section 8: Question 71 to 80
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 8

High GDP growth and financial markets 05:40

Containing the Vika virus 06:13

Hellfire operating system 06:36

The Stroop test 06:05

Estimating radioactive elements 06:53

Honey and high-fructose corn syrup 06:10

Hand-operated looms 06:36

Health insurance in Montevito 06:40

Inventory-led vs marketplaces 06:00

Memory is unreliable 05:47
10. Section 9: Question 81 to 90
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 9

Liberalisation in India 06:04

High birth weight and obesity 06:57

Pre-tax and post-tax profit 05:52

Single-minded concentration for corporate executives 06:09

Payday lending 07:26

Lithium traces in the nation's water supply 07:00

Investigating tax fraud 04:55

Leaking secrets on online chat 07:32

The flash crash 06:07

The unsuccessful retraining program 05:44
11. Section 10: Question 91 to 100
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 10

Popular Christmas carols 05:50

Monthly spike sales 05:45

Currency trading forecasters 05:58

Liquidity risk 06:28

Political Polariztion 06:42

Multi-tasking results in slower processing 06:33

Summer school 05:58

Alzheimer's and amyloid deposits 06:10

Physically attractive individuals 06:20

Personal Care Accounts for parents 06:12
12. Section 11: Question 101 to 110
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 11

To pollute or not to pollute 05:56

Insider trading using phone and email 06:39

Best friends during adolescence 05:10

Nuclear power and the media 06:20

Chronic sleep loss is culturally acceptable 06:05

Learning new things for survival 07:11

Anti-poaching technology 05:24

Foreign students and dollar denominated assets 05:47

Per-capita emissions 06:13

Fuzzy and hard boundaries 05:41
13. Section 12: Question 111 to 120
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 12

College festivals for musicians 06:34

The one-handed backhand is a relic 05:58

Hollister and mobile phones 05:45

Tire-trap 05:03

Russian submarine maintenance 06:41

Categorizing as cognitive economy 05:11

Bloomberg terminals for employees 06:38

Textile manufacturerers in Woodwild 06:24

Violence in Alfredia 06:22

Gibsonian affordances 05:38
14. Section 13: Question 121 to 130
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 13

Revival of Synrysia's cities 06:05

Why do pop musicians die young? 05:17

Kramarians and luxury goods 06:25

Tinkerism 05:56

London taxi drivers 06:10

Smaller soda servings 06:02

Radioactive black velvet 06:38

3D printing technology 07:08

Why are spike sales not good for retailers? 06:26

Rebellions in feudal times 06:08
15. Section 14: Question 131 to 140
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 14

Black, White and Red colors 06:22

Lithium in water supply 06:08

No test no homework experiment 06:20

Stagnant income rising expenses 07:36

Road accidents in Ersulia 05:33

Moe's trading strategy 06:29

Sericulture 06:29

Why are children fussy eaters? 05:28

Sediment on the ocean floor 06:08

Switch hitters and southpaws 09:19
16. Section 15: Question 141 to 150
10 videos  · 1 test
Test 15

Trading options and hedging using stock 07:35

Truth and People party 05:34

Interest rates and currency 06:50

Lumbar sprains 06:14

Kuzushi's burger chain 06:08

Low tannin tea 07:16

Linksoft and Mojo 06:58

Memory retrieval deteriorates causing memory loss 05:37

Subsidized kerosene 05:37

Spurious DNA matches 06:56

Meet the Author


Loonycorn
4 Alumni of Stanford, IIM-A, IITs and Google, Microsoft, Flipkart

Loonycorn is a team of 4 people who graduated from reputed top universities. Janani Ravi, Vitthal Srinivasan, Swetha Kolalapudi and Navdeep Singh have spent years (decades, actually) working in the Tech sector across the world.

  • Janani: Graduated from Stanford and has worked for 7 years at Google (New York, Singapore). She also worked at Flipkart and Microsoft.
  • Vitthal: Studied at Stanford; worked at Google (Singapore), Flipkart, Credit Suisse, and INSEAD.
  • Swetha: An IIM Ahmedabad and IIT Madras alumnus having experience of working in Flipkart.
  • Navdeep: An IIT Guwahati alumnus and Longtime Flipkart employee.
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