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GMAT Pattern & GMAT Reading Comprehension

 

GMAT Pattern & GMAT Reading Comprehension
1. GMAT Reading Comprehension: Chronological Pattern
When the focus of a text is a change, a transformation, or a sequence of actions unfolding over time, then chronological order is the pattern of choice for that text.
2. GMAT Reading Comprehension: Spatial Pattern
This GMAT pattern organizes information by location, orientation or configuration.
3. GMAT Reading Comprehension: Hierarchical Pattern
Passages organized by hierarchy, a ranked series, create an order where no natural relationship (such as chronological or spatial relationship) exists. For example, if no natural chronological or spatial characteristic is a critical aspect of the matter described, then the text may designate a grouping according to a system of some sort.
Like chronological and spatial order, a hierarchical pattern moves in a linear direction, and for this reason, it creates a pattern of expectation for the reader. Once you have identified the principle of order (for example, lesser to greater, least familiar to most familiar, colder to hotter), you can anticipate and assimilate later information and understand the general framework.
4. GMAT Reading Comprehension: General-to-Specific Pattern
This GMAT pattern is especially useful in argumentation. Argumentative writing makes a general argument, develops it by a grouping of specific examples that give evidence for the claim, and concludes by restating the general argument.
5. GMAT Reading Comprehension: Specific-to-General Pattern
The GMAT specific-to-general pattern presents a series of related examples whose relationship is unclear until the passage draws them to a conclusion or general claim.
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GMAT Pattern & GMAT Reading Comprehension.