We are excited to bring the Third Edition of the book. The basic question that GMAT aspirants struggle with, is whether they would have to become English Grammar "gurus" to do well in “sentence correction” on GMAT. This thought is intimidating, because it brings back memories of countless types of Nouns, Pronouns etc. that most students struggled with, in their High School.Typically students take two extreme approaches to deal with sentence correction: a) Give English Grammar a complete miss, hoping they can "somehow tackle" sentence correction without knowing even the basics of grammar.b) Go the whole hog, picking up a book such as Wren & Martin, to know "everything there is" to English Grammar Both the above approaches are extreme, and do not work for GMAT.
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All you need for GMAT Sentence Correction
This book has everything you need to know for SC questions in GMAT.
The book begins with a chapter on English grammar and then explains concepts like subject verb agreement, pronouns, modifiers, parallelism, tenses, ellipsis etc. in detail.
The book discusses all the concepts along with examples and references to questions in official guide. It keeps focus on GMAT, and is not English grammar book.
This book is highly recommended for people who are preparing for GMAT.
When I started my GMAT SC preparation, I was all around the place in terms of my concepts. I was trying to find the right book that helps me build my concepts in an organized and structured method. In that pursuit, I laid my hands on many books including Manahttan SC Guide, Veritas GMAT Preparation SC, SC Grail, etc. In spite of going through the mentioned books and other materials, I was never convinced that my preparation was close to where I want it to be for SC. There was always something...