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MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book

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MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2011, 09:49
How different these 3 books are?

I somehow have all 3 of them. what is the best sequence if you suggest to read all 3?
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Re: MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2011, 10:07
The Aristotle and MGMAT books are not very different, the Aristotle can be seen as the MGMAT lite version - it simplifies things and starts very basic. If I were you I would read Aristotle first and then after you understand the concepts go on to the MGMAT guide. If you understand these two guides you should be very successful in your GMAT.
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Re: MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2011, 11:55
Hey,

I would suggest you to start with GMAT Grammar Club book first.
My plan was to do with MGMAT then Aristotle.

But i guess, should follow nammers.... Lol...

The other thing is, u can do them in parallel....

If u are a non native speaker, i would strongly suggest you to first go through the first 7 chpters og GMAT Club Grammar book and then think of moving to other books....
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Re: MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book [#permalink] New post 20 Aug 2011, 20:13
juist like nammers said,
i would also suggest you to first start off with Aristotle .. its really well written and laid out book , kind of makes it easier to grasp than Manhattan SC ..
if you complete Aristotle and then move on to Manhattan SC , you'll be able to breeze through ManhattanSC.
take up GC Ultimate Grammar Book only if you have serious issues with grammar...
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Re: MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2011, 07:02
Thanks folks, for your views.

I guess I'll start with Aristotle, MGMAT... And will skim thru ultimate grammer book when i find time.
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Re: MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book [#permalink] New post 23 Aug 2011, 17:08
Just 1 piece of advice: For GMAT, quality is more imp than quantity. There is NO race to cover everything here. You can ace SC as long as you understand the rules and are able to apply :). All these books cover the same concepts in different order. If you are confident with even one of these materials, you are golden, but if you finish all these books and still have no clue, it may not help as much. Good luck!
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Re: MGMAT SC Vs. Aristotle SC Vs. GmatClub Ultimate Grammar book [#permalink] New post 11 Mar 2012, 00:56
Well out of all of them, MGMAT SC will suffice all your needs. However if you think that your basics in grammar are not clear ,then you should use gmat club grammar book.
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