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SC on the GMAT [#permalink] New post 14 Jul 2003, 09:05
I just heard from a friend that for SCs on the GMAT, the part of the sentence that needs to be corrected is not underlined. One has to look at option A, and figure out the part, in the main sentence that may contain the error.

Has anyone, who has given the GMAT recently, experienced this.

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Nonsene [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2003, 17:21
I don't think so: ETS is public about any changes to test.
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Re: SC on the GMAT [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2003, 21:53
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I just heard from a friend that for SCs on the GMAT, the part of the sentence that needs to be corrected is not underlined. One has to look at option A, and figure out the part, in the main sentence that may contain the error.

Has anyone, who has given the GMAT recently, experienced this.

Are we the new Guiena pigs for ETS ?


What purpose would that serve?

I just took the test 2 weeks ago and I can certainly tell you that this is not true.
BTW, ETS most certainly will announce any changes to the FORMAT of the test should any be forthcoming.
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 [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2003, 12:58
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Probably a glitch - unfinished question or just the person who took the test was scared more than he/she should have been. :wink:


I absolutely agree that ETS and MGAC would annonce any changes and that often people spread false rummor just to make fun of others and see how far a stupid joke can go. Please, be reasonable in what you believe.
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