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GMAT Verbal: Which is easier to improve CR or SC?

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GMAT Verbal: Which is easier to improve CR or SC? [#permalink] New post 04 Jun 2003, 06:25
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I think grammar is the easiest although I am not sure.
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Re: GMAT Verbal: Which is easier to improve CR or SC? [#permalink] New post 05 Jun 2003, 14:59
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I think grammar is the easiest although I am not sure.



it sort of is for 80% of it. Just a number of rules that can be learnt and followed. I have even created a checklist at one point that I would run a sentence through if I did not know what was wrong.


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Do you still have that checklist? if soplease share if not then give us some guidelines so that we can make it-Having a checklist is an excellent idea!!!!
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Re: SC-GRAMMAR [#permalink] New post 06 Jun 2003, 19:19
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Do you still have that checklist? if soplease share if not then give us some guidelines so that we can make it-Having a checklist is an excellent idea!!!!



For some reason I destroyed it with another book or threw them away in other words.

But I used a basic Checklist for errors:


1. Check verbs and subjects
2. Tenses
3. Parallel structure
4. use of adjectives/adverbs
5. If applicable comparisons, subjunctive mood, modals
6. ?????????

I had about 9 fields, but you know where I got all of them?????

Those were my mistakes from the past - I just saw that I made such a mistake and I would note that - later I would include it in the checklist as to make sure I dont' miss it again.
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