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GMAT Strategy: Data Sufficiency: Statements that look alike

In this video, I give examples of data sufficiency questions where the two statements have an identical structure. The test writers want students to think that both statements lead to the same outcome, however most of the time the statements give completely different results. It is important to recognize these types of data sufficiency questions, and to be on the alert when you encounter them in the test.

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