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# Consolidated "Thursdays with Ron" Sentence Correction

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23 Jun 2016, 00:01
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AbdurRakib wrote:
I combined All examples used by Mostly Notable GMAT SC Expert Ron Purewal (https://www.manhattanprep.com/instructors/ron-purewal/)with his analogy to get question CORRECT/INCORRECT
Inspired by Ron's Quote :

"by the way, you are much better off studying tons and tons and tons of examples than studying "rules".

rather than memorizing rules as such, i'd suggest that you google "elliptical construction" and internalize the example sentences again and again and again, until they're second nature to you.

remember, our brains learn by imitation, not by algorithms. you'd be wise to follow suit.
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posted in : https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/foru ... t5814.html

Luckyly,I dont have to "google",Because I found Ron's Examples almost always in ALL OG Sentence Correction problem's Explanation (almost 357 problems )

So,I Shared it to see if it help any GMAT Test Takers.

Please inspire/suggest me to do better of my initiative.

I Also Created a Flashcard of All of these materials

Rakib Bhai
Really it is a great effort of you.I understood you are clearly going ahead. Thanks much. kudos should go to you.
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26 Jun 2016, 13:05
jasimuddin wrote:
AbdurRakib wrote:
I combined All examples used by Mostly Notable GMAT SC Expert Ron Purewal (https://www.manhattanprep.com/instructors/ron-purewal/)with his analogy to get question CORRECT/INCORRECT
Inspired by Ron's Quote :

"by the way, you are much better off studying tons and tons and tons of examples than studying "rules".

rather than memorizing rules as such, i'd suggest that you google "elliptical construction" and internalize the example sentences again and again and again, until they're second nature to you.

remember, our brains learn by imitation, not by algorithms. you'd be wise to follow suit.
"

posted in : https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/foru ... t5814.html

Luckyly,I dont have to "google",Because I found Ron's Examples almost always in ALL OG Sentence Correction problem's Explanation (almost 357 problems )

So,I Shared it to see if it help any GMAT Test Takers.

Please inspire/suggest me to do better of my initiative.

I Also Created a Flashcard of All of these materials

Rakib Bhai
Really it is a great effort of you.I understood you are clearly going ahead. Thanks much. kudos should go to you.

_________________

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Sentence Correction-Collection of Ron Purewal's "elliptical construction/analogies" for SC Challenges

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12 Sep 2016, 09:38
Great material. Kudos for putting all of this together. Exactly the kind of thing I wanted when I learned about "Manhattans Thursdays with Ron". Thanks a lot

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15 Jan 2017, 01:18
Forgive my ignorance but are Thursday's with Ron session useful for an intermediate to advanced student? I am attempting to pull up my verbal score from poor to very good, especially in SC. I have utilized and learnt whatever I could from the MGMAT SC book and am now looking for advanced learning. I find that Ron's sessions are lengthy; hence I would like to know whether spending time on these sessions would be useful considering the above factors. I would appreciate a response, Thank you.
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22 Aug 2017, 00:49
Thank you so much Rakib. This is so helpful.
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Re: Consolidated "Thursdays with Ron" Sentence Correction  [#permalink]

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02 Nov 2017, 07:55
AbdurRakib wrote:
jasimuddin wrote:
AbdurRakib wrote:
I combined All examples used by Mostly Notable GMAT SC Expert Ron Purewal (https://www.manhattanprep.com/instructors/ron-purewal/)with his analogy to get question CORRECT/INCORRECT
Inspired by Ron's Quote :

"by the way, you are much better off studying tons and tons and tons of examples than studying "rules".

rather than memorizing rules as such, i'd suggest that you google "elliptical construction" and internalize the example sentences again and again and again, until they're second nature to you.

remember, our brains learn by imitation, not by algorithms. you'd be wise to follow suit.
"

posted in : https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/foru ... t5814.html

Luckyly,I dont have to "google",Because I found Ron's Examples almost always in ALL OG Sentence Correction problem's Explanation (almost 357 problems )

So,I Shared it to see if it help any GMAT Test Takers.

Please inspire/suggest me to do better of my initiative.

I Also Created a Flashcard of All of these materials

Rakib Bhai
Really it is a great effort of you.I understood you are clearly going ahead. Thanks much. kudos should go to you.

AbdurRakib vai
any update?
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09 Nov 2017, 01:17
This is awesome!

Really?
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31 Jan 2019, 03:18
All videos are not available now any specific reason?
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Re: Consolidated "Thursdays with Ron" Sentence Correction   [#permalink] 31 Jan 2019, 03:18

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