## Guessing Strategies

Summary

The content provides strategic advice for guessing on GMAT probability questions, emphasizing the use of instincts, the complement rule, and understanding of overlap to improve guessing accuracy.

- Use your real-world instincts to eliminate highly unlikely answer choices based on the scenario's plausibility.
- Leverage the complement rule by identifying complementary probabilities in the answer choices, recognizing that one of these is likely the correct answer.
- Understand the concept of overlap in probability, which can help in eliminating incorrect answers by assessing the feasibility of events occurring together or separately.
- Even without a complete understanding of a question, these strategies can significantly enhance the effectiveness of educated guesses.

Chapters

00:00

Using Instincts for Guessing

01:02

Applying the Complement Rule

02:56

Understanding Overlap in Probability