We cover every section of the GMAT with in-depth lessons, 5000+ practice questions and realistic practice tests.

## Up to 90+ points GMAT score improvement guarantee

### The best guarantee you’ll find

Our Premium and Ultimate plans guarantee up to 90+ points score increase or your money back.

## Master each section of the test

### Comprehensive GMAT prep

We cover every section of the GMAT with in-depth lessons, 5000+ practice questions and realistic practice tests.

## Schedule-free studying

### Learn on the go

Study whenever and wherever you want with our iOS and Android mobile apps.

## The most effective way to study

### Personalized GMAT prep, just for you!

In Reading Comprehension questions, why is it important to diagnose the question type after reading the question stem?

Excellent!

The first reason why it is important to diagnose the question type after reading the question stem is in order to determine our next step: If the question is general, we do not need to go back to the passage as the question is general and we already read the necessary information in the Initial Reading. If the question is specific, we'll go back to the passage, looking for the answer to the question there.

The second reason why it is important to diagnose the question type after reading the question stem is in order to know whether the answer to the question is stated or implied in the passage.

While this is indeed one reason why it's important to diagnose the question type after reading the question, it is not the only reason. The other reason is in order to know whether the answer to the question is stated or implied in the passage.

Therefore, the correct answer is both of the above

While this is indeed one reason why it's important to diagnose the question type after reading the question, it is not the only reason. The other reason is in order to determine our next step: If the question is general, we do not need to go back to the passage as the question is general and we already read the necessary information in the Initial Reading. If the question is specific, we'll go back to the passage, looking for the answer to the question there.

Therefore, the correct answer is both of the above

The correct answer is both of the above.

The first reason why it is important to diagnose the question type after reading the question stem is in order to determine our next step: If the question is general, we do not need to go back to the passage as the question is general and we already read the necessary information in the Initial Reading. If the question is specific, we'll go back to the passage, looking for the answer to the question there.

The second reason why it is important to diagnose the question type after reading the question stem is in order to know whether the answer to the question is stated or implied in the passage.

In order to determine our next step: If the question is general, we do not need to go back to the passage as we have already read the necessary information in the Initial Reading. If the question is specific, we'll go back to the passage, looking for the answer to the question there.

In order to know whether the answer to the question is stated or implied in the passage.

Both of the above

I'm not sure