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Mind Map is a great study tool that lends itself quite well to the SC section of the GMAT (except the idioms, since there are too many and it would clutter it). It allows you to distill volumes of material onto one page.

Ideally you should make one yourself, as most of the learning comes from the act of creating it. But I have attached a copy that can be used as a sample or just a convenient one page review.

SOURCES: Manhattan SC, Kaplan GMAT 2010, Spidey's and Sahil's notes
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Thanks!!. This must be very helpful.
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New post 02 Nov 2009, 04:31
very nice and informative! thx
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Thanks :) ... If you noticed any errors or think that something should be added, please be sure to let me know.
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Mind Map is a great study tool that lends itself quite well to the SC section of the GMAT (except the idioms, since there are too many and it would clutter it). It allows you to distill volumes of material onto one page.

Ideally you should make one yourself, as most of the learning comes from the act of creating it. But I have attached a copy that can be used as a sample or just a convenient one page review.

SOURCES: Manhattan SC, Kaplan GMAT 2010, Spidey's and Sahil's notes


Thank you!
This is great though I think can be expanded (as to me :)). Which site/software did you use?
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Thank you!
This is great though I think can be expanded (as to me :)). Which site/software did you use?


I agree that it feels like something is missing and it could be more complete. What would you add to it? I could make a V2.


I've used MindManager8, it basically plugs into your Microsoft Office. Although I heard good reviewsabout Mindjet as well.
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Thank you!
This is great though I think can be expanded (as to me :)). Which site/software did you use?


I agree that it feels like something is missing and it could be more complete. What would you add to it? I could make a V2.


I've used MindManager8, it basically plugs into your Microsoft Office. Although I heard good reviewsabout Mindjet as well.



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In regards to the mindmap, I think you can almost create a mind-map or mini map for each of the subcategories. For example subject-verb agreement, you could split into plurals, groups, comparisons, pronouns, etc. i am traveling this week, so don't have access to my books to pull ideas out. There is obviously a bit more to GMAT verbal section than what can fit on one page :)

You can also use this for an error log and make sure you collect everything.
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Nice Map ... I will surely built more on it ...
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tks! The mind map is very useful!
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