**Guessing Strategies**

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Summary

The content provides strategies for guessing on GMAT probability questions when the solution is not immediately apparent, focusing on using instincts, the complement rule, and understanding overlap.

- Use real-world instincts to eliminate highly unlikely answer choices.
- Leverage the complement rule to identify probable correct answers among complementary pairs.
- Understand the concept of overlap in probability to make educated guesses about 'AND' and 'OR' probabilities.
- Recognize that even without solving the problem directly, eliminating improbable answers can significantly increase guessing odds.
- Apply these strategies to improve your chances of selecting the correct answer when stuck on a problem.

Chapters

00:00

Using Instincts in Probability Guessing

01:02

Applying the Complement Rule

02:56

Understanding Overlap in Probability