In this video Veritas Prep GMAT instructor David Newland talks about the note-taking process for the GMAT verbal section. He explains that even though students are likely to take fewer notes during the verbal section, being strategic about what you write down is essential for success on the GMAT.
According to Newland, ‘externalising information’, i.e. note-taking, frees up the brain to work more efficiently.
Watch the video and find out how and why note-taking significantly impacts the outcome of the GMAT exam.
David Newland is one of Veritas Prep’s GMAT experts. He hosts many online live classes, using the same platform for teaching.
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