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GMAT Tip of the Week

GMAT Tip of the Week

When Two Wrongs Make a Right

(This is one of a series of GMAT tips that we offer on our blog.)

If you’ve ever been a child, you’ve probably been told on multiple occasions that “two wrongs don’t make a right” (that’s typically the companion lesson to the rhetorical question “if all of your friends jumped off a bridge, would you?”). Parents don’t anticipate fun activities like bungee jumping and cliff diving with the bridge hypothetical, nor do they account for GMAT Critical Reasoning questions with the wrong/right axiom.