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Hi All,

I was having difficulty finding the compiled version of all SC sessions of Ron.
Therefore, I am compiling it.

I hope it helps!

November 12, 2009:
Sentence Correction: Miscellaneous Topics


January 21, 2010:
Sentence Correction: Parallelism, Ambiguous Sentences & Comparisons of Quantities


May 13, 2010:
Sentence Correction: Parallelism and Placement of Helping Verbs


June 24, 2010:
Sentence Correction


September 23, 2010:
Sentence Correction: use of "based on", "due to", "including" Sentence Correction: appositive modifiers" SC: appositive modifiers


November 18, 2010:
Sentence Correction: A New Way to Study Sentence Correction Sentence Correction: Verb Tense Basics


December 16, 2010:
Sentence Correction: Verb Tense Quantitative: Probability


March 31, 2011:
Sentence Correction: "Which" Modifiers Sentence Correction: Ambiguous Pronouns


May 12, 2011:
Sentence Correction: Initial Modifiers


August 25, 2011:
Sentence Correction: "Which" Modifiers


October 20, 2011:
Sentence Correction: Miscellaneous Comparisons


November 17, 2011:
SC: More problems with COMPARISONS (PDF slides only)
http://www.manhattangmat.com/pdf/twr-sl ... 172011.pdf

January 5, 2012:
Sentence Correction: Meaning and Modifiers


February 16, 2012:
SC: Use of -ING forms


March 1, 2012:
SC: Use of "AND"


March 15, 2012:
The Use of "AND" as a Connector


April 26, 2012:
SC: Modifier Workshop


May 10, 2012:
SC: Modifier Workshop, Part 2


October 25, 2012:
SC: Overall Sentence Structure Issues


December 6, 2012:
SC: More on Overall Sentence Structure Issues


January 24, 2013:
Sentence Correction: More Overall Sentence Structure, Pronouns in Modifiers


March 7, 2013:
Sentence Correction: Problems with Connecting Punctuation



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December 2, 2010:
AWA Essay Guidelines & Tips



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I combined All examples used by Mostly Notable GMAT SC Expert Ron Purewal with his analogy to get question CORRECT/INCORRECT
Inspired by Ron's Quote :


"by the way, you are much better off studying tons and tons and tons of examples than studying "rules".

rather than memorizing rules as such, i'd suggest that you google "elliptical construction" and internalize the example sentences again and again and again, until they're second nature to you.

remember, our brains learn by imitation, not by algorithms. you'd be wise to follow suit.
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Luckyly,I dont have to "google",Because I found Ron's Examples almost always in ALL OG Sentence Correction problem's Explanations (almost 357 problems )

So,I Shared it to see if it help any GMAT Test Takers.

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I Also Created a Flashcard of All of these materials

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One question i have is - how do i use this? How do I improve my score due to this resource?


Dear bb,
Thanks .If I don't write exact answer of your question,please let me know

First I want to tell,One of the Main purpose of this resource is to present the meaning issues arose on the OG Questions

I'll answer this question in light of my realization(I may miss other points) :
    1.It'll help test-takers to identify important meaning shift that GMAT used to test.
    For Example,When vs If:
      (a)When you return the goods, your money will be refunded.-->"- The first sentence implies that your money will be refunded immediately when you return the goods. No delay. The refund occurs in the time-frame of the return--that's the point of "when". 
      (b)If you return the goods, your money will be refunded.-->The second sentence, on the other hand, carries no implication whatsoever about when the money will be given back.
      This sentence can be true even if you have to wait months or years to get the money back!

    2.Remembering this resource will develop common sense that GMAT frequently tests.For example, Different use "which":
      """Which"" can do either of these things.

      (a)New treatments for cancer, which are often prohibitively expensive, are only seldom covered by medical insurance.
      (""which"" = ""new treatments for cancer"")

      (b)New treatments for cancer, which ranks among the leading causes of death in North America, are a high priority for research budget administrators.
      (""which"" = ""cancer"")

      As these examples illustrate, you'll have to use common sense to determine which of the two is modified."

    3.It'll help test-takers to identify the difference of meaning between grammatically correct answer choice on the GMAT as above examples. Once Ron said,"Intended meaning is the King ,Context is the Queen"

    4.It'll help test-takers to stay focused on authors intended meaning to get a question right on the test

    5.Process of elimination is very critical on the GMAT.During Process of elimination of the SC answer Choices,In addition to memorize Manhattan SC idioms,memorizing this resource 'll help test-taker to identify meaning ambiguity,meaning shift,correct/incorrect idioms,correct/incorrect use of some frequent words(eg. while,that,which,although etc.) etc. to get a Correct answer

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Just asking, did you also gather the option-wise best responses [Ron's / others] of a particular problem while browsing the solution ? if yes, that could be an awesome efficient resource for practicing & reviewing the OG problems.
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AbdurRakib It's indeed a mammoth task. well done. it seems that you have to google for hundreds of OG SC questions. Heartfelt kudus to you :-D

Just asking, did you also gather the option-wise best responses [Ron's / others] of a particular problem while browsing the solution ? if yes, that could be an awesome efficient resource for practicing & reviewing the OG problems.


Thanks for your kind words

The answer of your Question is YES.I tried to get every possible explanation from the GMAT experts (1st priority is to find Ron's explanation),assumed that I might miss some important points during my Process of elimination .Process of elimination is critical and I collected this resources to foster my PoE while maintaining meaningful reason to Eliminate/Select answer choice.MY resource reflected all analogies/examples for relative comparison and absolute comparison between answer choices to resolve meaning issues,Idioms issue,modifier issues,etc.

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Thanks for your interest to know.

Process of Elimination is critical and it is a key to get a question right

Here is an OG Question to analyze.Correct answer is B and I want to emphasize on eliminating Answer Choice D(Incorrect) during process of Elimination

Because there are provisions of the new maritime code that provide that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, they have already stimulated international disputes over uninhabited islands.

A. Because there are provisions of the new maritime code that provide that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, they have already stimulated

B. Because the new maritime code provides that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, it has already stimulated

C. Even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas under provisions of the new maritime code, already stimulated

D. Because even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large areas under maritime code, this has already stimulated

E. Because even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large areas under provisions of the new maritime code, which is already stimulating

Here is the analogy of selecting D as Incorrect by Ron:
    because studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y, this finding has shocked most observers.
    --> incorrect. the presence of "because" at the beginning of the first clause means you can't use "this finding" anymore.
    i don't have any idea what the actual rule is here, but i do know with 100% certainty that these constructions are allowed and disallowed respectively.
AND If you want to know

Here is the Correct usage:
    studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y, a finding that has shocked most observers.
    studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y; this finding has shocked most observers.
    --> both correct. note that "a finding", following the comma, or "this finding", standing alone after the semicolon, stands for the entirety of the clause that comes before it; you couldn't use "which" here, because "which" would automatically refer to Y

Please see the original post of RON here : https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/foru ... t7381.html

I just accumulated All these examples/analogies to the resource
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I am still not clear as to how I use this?


Thanks for your interest to know.

Process of Elimination is critical and it is a key to get a question right

Here is an OG Question to analyze.Correct answer is B and I want to emphasize on eliminating Answer Choice D(Incorrect) during process of Elimination

Because there are provisions of the new maritime code that provide that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, they have already stimulated international disputes over uninhabited islands.

A. Because there are provisions of the new maritime code that provide that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, they have already stimulated

B. Because the new maritime code provides that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, it has already stimulated

C. Even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas under provisions of the new maritime code, already stimulated

D. Because even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large areas under maritime code, this has already stimulated

E. Because even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large areas under provisions of the new maritime code, which is already stimulating

Here is the analogy of selecting D as Incorrect by Ron:
    because studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y, this finding has shocked most observers.
    --> incorrect. the presence of "because" at the beginning of the first clause means you can't use "this finding" anymore.
    i don't have any idea what the actual rule is here, but i do know with 100% certainty that these constructions are allowed and disallowed respectively.
AND If you want to know

Here is the Correct usage:
    studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y, a finding that has shocked most observers.
    studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y; this finding has shocked most observers.
    --> both correct. note that "a finding", following the comma, or "this finding", standing alone after the semicolon, stands for the entirety of the clause that comes before it; you couldn't use "which" here, because "which" would automatically refer to Y

I just accumulated All these examples/analogies to the resource
Please see the original post of RON here : https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/foru ... t7381.html


This sounds interesting and will be of great help. Okay, so I've one more question for you. While I was going through your OneDrive, I am not able to understand how to process it. While I was reading the first row, it says "Past Perfect". Now, how do I know which question and which option from OG have you discussed? In short, I am not able to parse it.

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Thanks for your interest to know.

Process of Elimination is critical and it is a key to get a question right

Here is an OG Question to analyze.Correct answer is B and I want to emphasize on eliminating Answer Choice D(Incorrect) during process of Elimination

Because there are provisions of the new maritime code that provide that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, they have already stimulated international disputes over uninhabited islands.

A. Because there are provisions of the new maritime code that provide that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, they have already stimulated

B. Because the new maritime code provides that even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas, it has already stimulated

C. Even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large sea areas under provisions of the new maritime code, already stimulated

D. Because even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large areas under maritime code, this has already stimulated

E. Because even tiny islets can be the basis for claims to the fisheries and oil fields of large areas under provisions of the new maritime code, which is already stimulating

Here is the analogy of selecting D as Incorrect by Ron:
    because studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y, this finding has shocked most observers.
    --> incorrect. the presence of "because" at the beginning of the first clause means you can't use "this finding" anymore.
    i don't have any idea what the actual rule is here, but i do know with 100% certainty that these constructions are allowed and disallowed respectively.
AND If you want to know

Here is the Correct usage:
    studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y, a finding that has shocked most observers.
    studies have shown that X is 60 percent of Y; this finding has shocked most observers.
    --> both correct. note that "a finding", following the comma, or "this finding", standing alone after the semicolon, stands for the entirety of the clause that comes before it; you couldn't use "which" here, because "which" would automatically refer to Y

I just accumulated All these examples/analogies to the resource
Please see the original post of RON here : https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/foru ... t7381.html


This sounds interesting and will be of great help. Okay, so I've one more question for you. While I was going through your OneDrive, I am not able to understand how to process it. While I was reading the first row, it says "Past Perfect". Now, how do I know which question and which option from OG have you discussed? In short, I am not able to parse it.

Please help.


Thanks.

This resource is more like a GMAT laws/rules/likes-dislikes etc. that used to explain several OG questions including GMAT PREP questions. (explained by Ron especially)

So ,First ,You need to internalize it.you can see anytime how this resource/analogy works on different problems again and again. (Just Google the analogy/example with Ron/gmat/beat the gmat,you'll see the referred OG questions)

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This is really a great initiative. I hope your effort will help a lot of GMAT aspirants (like me) who are too busy to study.
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This is really a great initiative. I hope your effort will help a lot of GMAT aspirants (like me) who are too busy to study.
I have just converted your file from excel to pdf to make it user friendly.



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