Mind Map | 3 Principles to boost your accuracy up to 50% on GMAT Data Insights

Frequently Asked Questions

What are "accuracy principles" and how do I use them in my GMAT prep?

“Accuracy principles” are behavioral principles which, if followed properly, will boost your accuracy when answering GMAT questions. Math formulae, basic English vocabulary and English grammar are accessible to all and easy to learn. The place where GMAT test-takers struggle the most is in following the right behaviors when answering questions. These accuracy principles are designed to bring your awareness towards specific behaviors that are common among top-scorers on the GMAT.

Print it out and keep it in front of your as you solve GMAT questions. Pick each principle at a time and try to apply it across a set of 5-10 questions. Once you begin to feel comfortable with a principle, pick the next one and try to “layer” it on. The ultimate goal is to master all the principles and make them a part of your natural behavior when solving GMAT problems.

No, this is not an exhaustive list. The mind map is just intended to represent a subset of the principles that Alex recommends. Even though this is not exhaustive, it should help you make significant progress in your GMAT prep. If you need additional help, follow my videos on YouTube.


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