Ok, let’s assume there is still somebody who is interested in mind-boggling GMAT practice questions.

Today we switch from math to Critical Reasoning. Let’s have *fun!*

I can provide right answers in comments if needed.

Ok, let’s assume there is still somebody who is interested in mind-boggling GMAT practice questions.

Today we switch from math to Critical Reasoning. Let’s have *fun!*

I can provide right answers in comments if needed.

As first part of GMAT math brainteasers attracted some attention (especially in my Russian blog), I decided to continue with the series. Let’s go!
## Problem solving – uno

So, I also started preparing for this awesome GMAT exam. And now Saturday and Sunday mornings are devoted to studying which I haven’t been doing for years.So far, I try to learn concepts from Divisibility, Primes, Odds & Evens, Consecutive Integers and other amusing topics.

This is the first and test post in which I’d like to share few exercises that make me break some sweat. Let’s see if anybody is going to be interested. If yes, I might continue the series.

So, how about solving these 5 exercises?