Don’t Repeat or Say Again what You’ve Already Said

  You don’t have to read the grammar bible to do well on GMAT sentence correction. Most questions test the same small handful of grammar rules such as parallelism, agreement, verb form, and logical predication. But every now and then, the test writers will throw …

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The Official Guide 13th Edition How To Verbal: Page 531, #101

When the task is to logically complete an argument, one important consideration in selecting an answer is not to go beyond the information already provided. In other words, you need to determine what key words from the argument need to be in your answer choice, …

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The Official Guide 13th Edition How To Verbal: Page 683, #63

In Sentence Correction questions, if you don’t see an error in the underlined portion, use the answer choices to help determine what issue the question is testing. Sometimes the question will have a split with two of the answers using one grammatical construction and three …

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