As though sensing the onset of summer, March ended up being a dry month for the suggested reading list provided through wizreads.
We only recommended 3 articles in the month of March 2022. Two of the GRE GMAT RC reading recommendations were Social Sciences articles and one was a business and economy reading suggestion.
Women in Business | Mar 30
As we wrap up “Women’s History Month”, let’s draw this March to a close with a discussion on Women entrepreneurs. This slightly-long but easy-to-read write-up by Forbes discusses the need for and challenges faced by women entrepreneurs. This helpful article also delves into how men can serve as allies to women in business.
Categories: Business and Economy | Easy
Bookish life | Recommended RC Mar 28
A meandering into the mind of a book and reading enthusiast, this article discusses everything that leading a ‘bookish’ life revolves around. Beginning by raising the question “how can one tell which books qualify as good”?, the author presents a few different perceptions of the right answer – to illustrate that there exists no right answer. The article then traces the author’s journey from being a young boy uninterested in reading to being an author and a passionate collector of thousands of books – and that is a simplistic summary of an impassioned journey.
Categories: Social Sciences | Difficult
Lipstick | Suggested Reading Mar 25
Lipstick is a fashion statement – no doubts about that. But can lipstick be a social or a political statement? Has it been one through the ages and is it one now? Did you imagine that there exists a debate around women wearing lipstick? Read about the multiple sides to the issue, the historical perceptions and propaganda around lipstick, and about how it has influenced one woman’s perception of herself and of makeup.
Categories: Social Sciences | Moderate
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