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Winners' Guide to GMAT Grammar and Sentence Correction  - eBook

This book is an absolute MUST if you want to ensure a perfect SC score.
This Grammar book gives you a thorough yet concise background of English grammar that you
need to succeed in the GMAT Sentence Correction Section.

CR your weak area? Click here for Winners' Guide to GMAT Critical Reasoning
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    GMAT grammar can be a daunting experience for the most fluent students, leave alone for
    someone whose first language is not english.

    In fact there are hundreds of brilliant students from the Non English speaking world, who easily
    score in the 99 percentile in GMAT Math, but struggle desperately when it comes to GMAT Verbal.

    Even if you are comfortable with the English language, you might struggle with the 700+ type of
    questions, where the GMAT Sentence correction section tests deeper understanding of Grammar
    rather than just testing the standard rules that the commonly available guides provide.

    However, if you are NOT comfortable with the nuances of English Grammar, the common list of
    standard rules will not make much sense anyways. What you need is a thorough understanding of
    GMAT grammar behind the Sentence Correction section.

    Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. It can take months, if not years to get a  good grasp of
    the grammar fundamentals. The English speakers study the language for more than 10 years
    starting from primary school, and still struggle with the SC section of the GMAT.



















    So how do you manage your GMAT Verbal prep? Especially in the Sentence Correction section,
    where grammar plays a much bigger part than in the GMAT Reading Comprehension or the GMAT
    Critical Reasoning Section.

    The best and the most fail-proof way is to get a thorough background on the specific elements of
    grammar tested in the GMAT.

    You need to watch out though. There are many English grammar books in the market that will
    teach you much more than you need for the GMAT, and you can spend weeks studying
    something that is unlikely to have much effect on your Verbal score.

    What you need is a concise book that clearly outlines the topics that are tested in the GMAT, and
    explains these in detail with real examples from the GMAT.

    This is where the 'Winners' Guide to GMAT Grammar & Sentence Correction' comes in.

    Over the years that I have taught the GMAT Verbal, and from my own GMAT experience (I have
    scored 99 percentile in GMAT Verbal. See my score here), I have compiled this book to specifically
    Over the years that I have taught the GMAT Verbal, and from my own GMAT experience (I help out
    students who want to score big on the Sentence Correction section.

    This  book will give you confidence and clarify the quagmire of English Grammar so that you can
    tackle the sentence correction section successfully.

    Some of the unique features of this book are:

    It gives you a concise background of the English Language without going into details that you do
    not require for the GMAT Sentence Correction section

    It explains, with multiple examples, the essential concepts and structures of GMAT Grammar.

    It takes you through the common concepts tested on the GMAT Sentence Correction section and
    provides detailed background so that these concepts are easier to absorb.

    Provides a comprehensive list of GMAT Idioms (Over 200 Idioms tested in the GMAT)

    Over 150 unique Sentence Correction Questions with explanatory answers.


    Why Should you Buy this Guide?

    If you struggle with the answer choices in the GMAT Sentence correction section, even after going
    through the standard books, If you have tried to go through standard Grammar books and given
    up, or if you simply need a good grasp of the English Grammar relevant for Sentence Correction,
    then this is what you need.

    One of the most important parameter that the admissions committee looks for, especially in case of
    Non Native speakers, is their English score.
    Your Verbal score doesn't have to be in the nineties, but the closer the better. It has to be high
    enough to convince them that you deserve that offer letter.

    This guide has been especially written from real life experience teaching the nuances of Sentence
    correction to hundreds of students..

    It includes Key grammar concepts necessary to crack the Sentence Correction section and scores
    of examples to illustrate these concepts.

    This  guide was originally prepared exclusively for students who take private coaching from my-
    gmat.

    Now it is being made available for anyone who has trouble with the GMAT sentence correction
    section..


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    Here are some of the topics you will cover in the Winner's Guide to GMAT
    Grammar & Sentence Correction.

    The English Language: A brief background

    Beginning—Different Sources—The Present
    Three Essentials of Good Writing

    Divisions of Grammar

    The English Language in a Nutshell

    The Sentence

    Sentence Classification

    Letters

    Syllables and Words

    Sentence Correction on the GMAT

    Grammar Errors commonly Tested on the GMAT

    Pronoun errors

    Subject-verb errors

    Misplaced modifier Errors

    Tenses

    What the GMAT SC Section Does NOT TEST

    Sentence Correction Pitfalls to Avoid

    THAT FOR SO
    THESE—THOSE
    THIS MUCH—THUS MUCH
    FLEE—FLY
    THROUGH—THROUGHOUT
    VOCATION AND AVOCATION
    WAS—WERE
    A OR AN
    ATTRACTION
    THE SPLIT INFINITIVE
    ONE
    ONLY
    ALONE
    OTHER AND ANOTHER
    AND WITH THE RELATIVE
    LOOSE PARTICIPLES
    BROKEN CONSTRUCTION
    DOUBLE NEGATIVE
    FIRST PERSONAL PRONOUN
    SEQUENCE OF TENSES
    BETWEEN—AMONG
    LESS—FEWER
    FURTHER—FARTHER
    EACH OTHER—ONE ANOTHER
    EACH, EVERY, EITHER, NEITHER
    NEITHER-NOR
    NONE
    RISE-RAISE
    LAY-LIE
    SAYS I—I SAID
    IN—INTO
    EAT—ATE
    SEQUENCE OF PERSON
    AM COME—HAVE COME
    PAST TENSE—PAST PARTICIPLE
    PREPOSITIONS AND THE OBJECTIVE CASE
    SUMMON—SUMMONS
    UNDENIABLE—UNEXCEPTIONABLE

    Superfluous Words

    A Comprehensive List of GMAT Idioms

    Sentence Correction Practice

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    You will find this book invaluable not only for your GMAT prep, but also for life at the
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    Among other things in this seventy page book, you will learn about:

    Formation of Study Habits

    Brain activity during study

    Aids to memory

    How to retain attention over long periods

    How to become interested in a subject

    Bodily conditions for effective studying

    ......... and much more.







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I was doing all right in SC, knew
all the rules etc. But what I
wanted was to find out the logic
behind these rules.
You know when you come across
tough questions, you can always
narrow down to two choices, and
this is where the difference
between those who know
grammar vs those who know the
rules comes in.
Winners' guide to GMAT Grammar
was invaluable in my getting a
perfect Verbal score.

- Tim Norris (Verbal: 99
percentile)
I wanted to get a good
understanding of GMAT Grammar
me in the GMAT Sentence
Correction Section, but also for
AWA, Application Essays and in
general for the whole Verbal
section.

If you are looking for something
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- Jan Vandenberg (Verbal: 97
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I did not study english till after my
graduation. And no wonder, I was
totally scared of GMAT Verbal.
But having spent some time with
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respectable 85 percentile in
English.
Highly recommended if Sentence
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- Buyang Bhutia (Verbal: 85
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I hail from Spain and even though
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No amount of cramming all the
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Although I was doing MS in the
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Learning to Use Your Mind
While I was doing pretty well on
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SC section. In desperation I even
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Wren & Martin, but still ended up
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Eventually, I came across the
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A remarkable improvement given
my command over the language.

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