What should you look for when tackling the Data Sufficiency section of the GMAT test? In this episode Brian Galvin, Chief Academic Officer of Veritas Prep discusses the “anatomy of a Data Sufficiency question”. You will learn how to identify trick questions, and work with the answer choices without reading them.
Critical reasoning questions on the GMAT tend to follow the same structure over and over again. This means that they can be answered the same way over and over again.
In Data Sufficiency, the GMAT is asking you to determine how much information is required to make a decision. If the information provided leads you a definite yes, then you have sufficient data to take decisive action.
When answering data sufficiency questions on the GMAT, the key is to successfully determine when you have sufficient information to make a decision with 100% certainty.