Subjunctive Verbs on GMAT – Practice Question #1

If you have gone through the blog already, let’s test your understanding of Subjunctive Verbs on the GMAT with this practice question 1. Do not forget to solve practice question 2 here – GMAT Subjunctive Verbs – Practice Question #2. Question – The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that competent adults suffering from a “grievous […]

What is a subjunctive verb?

What is a Subjunctive Verb – GMAT Grammar

Are you confused about the subjunctive mood? It is very common for students to find subjunctive verbs peculiar, which is why they end up making mistakes! Read this helpful article to learn about what a Subjunctive verb is and to understand what they mean, how to identify them, and their correct usage! What is the […]

‘Because of’ and ‘Due to’ Practice Question #2

Question – In a keto diet, when the body’s glucose level is reduced due to the diet’s low carbohydrate content, the body acts as if it is in a starvation state — although they are not — and beginning to burn fats instead of carbohydrates yielding chemicals called ketone bodies as an alternative source of […]

‘Because of’ and ‘Due to’ Practice Question #1

Let’s see if you can correctly use ‘because of’, ‘due to’, and ’caused by’ in a practice question. If you are confused about the usage of these phrases, refer to our blog on when to use ‘because of’ and ‘due to’ here – When to Use ‘Because of’ and ‘Due to ?’ Question – Identify […]

'Because of' vs 'Due to'

‘Because of’ vs ‘Due to’ – When to use them?

Did you ever wonder what is the difference between the phrases ‘Because of’ and ‘Due to’? Is there even a difference or are they same? The confusion is quite possible and can be cleared if you look at them logically! Let’s find out what differentiates ‘Because of’ vs ‘Due to’ – 1. “Due to” Vs […]

Nouns Practice Question – GMAT Verbal SC #2

If you’re new here, don’t forget to go through the first Nouns Practice Question 1 from the GMAT Verbal SC here! Question – Although premature babies making less friends, feel less accepted by peers and spend less time socializing in early childhood, they improve when they get to school. Option Choices – A. Although premature […]

GMAT Nouns Practice Question #1

Here’s an interesting GMAT nouns practice question for you on countable and uncountable nouns! If you haven’t followed up on our article covering the same, click here. Then, attempt the question given below followed by a detailed solution to know the right approach: Question – A team of scientists from the Institute for Research in […]

Countable and Uncountable Nouns: Usage with Modifiers

There is more to nouns than just name, place, animal, and thing! One of the classic examples of confusion that surrounds nouns is countable and uncountable nouns and their use with modifiers. Not having clarity of countable and uncountable nouns is one reason why many students make mistakes in SC. In this article, we will […]

GMAT Quant: LCM-GCD Practice Question #1

Here’s a question on LCM-GCD for you. Apply your understanding of Data Sufficiency to identify the right option choice. Find the solution below in case you have any doubt. Question : If x is a positive integer, what is the least common multiple of x, 4x, and 15? Least common multiple of x and 4x […]

GMAT Verbal : Quantifiers – Practice Question 3

We hope our post on Quantifiers helped you understand the importance of Quantifiers in scoring well on GMAT. The Question 1 and 2 followed by the post were relatively easier. Now, let’s try to solve a question with a higher difficulty level. First attempt the question on your own and then refer to the solution […]