Yes. Don't get me wrong though. However it is mentionable that, I just a new born baby in sentence correction right now. If you look close to my progress I'm reviewing the same chapter for at least two days to grasp the concepts. Then I did relevant practice under timed conditions. For example: do couple of SVA and pronouns from OGs. Rest of the problems I just out it away when I will finish the entire book. Surprisingly I found out at the same time my CR accuracy is going down. Perhaps I'm doing the problems after couple of weeks. So I just dedicated a day to review the notes for CR. In addition I found out that, in some SC questions you need intuition. Because after reading couple of times you may not find the error. Since I'm just in the beginning of the stage it is right now impossible for me to comment on those.
I think some Gmat Fiction
might help you for SC; After some reading ( a whole lot actually) it becomes somewhat automatic to see what is wrong in most of the questions. Obviously for EVERY other question you need to know what Gmac wants you to answer. Manhattan's SC guide is not bad at all if you wish to focus on that one. I would probably not lose too much time on the idioms.
Keep it up and let's see how it goes in a couple weeks time.
I'm respecting this monster. Because overconfidence can kill anyone. I will buy the Gmatprep question pack 1 after couple of days for practice:) Cheers man. I have read your burnout story. Don't give up. People don't fail, they just give up:)
Thank you, man, that really means a lot for me.
Not giving up, thanks to gmat clubbers like you, among everything else!
Looking forward to see how your preparation keeps developing.
All the best!
"The Burnout" - My Debrief
Kudos if I helped you