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Does some one really remember all these rules? I'm currently preparing for SC section and getting overwhelmed with unending list of rules for each section. While answering a question, it takes time to recognize any pattern/rule and to apply. I don't know how much time it takes for one's mind to reduce the time spent in recognizing any pattern/rule and make it second nature.
Can you add another chapter for Parallelism citing various examples with Simple Nouns, Concrete Nouns, Simple Gerunds, and Complex Gerunds. MGMAT SC guide doesn't explain clearly for above advanced topics on Parallelism.
I'll see what we can do. Thanks for the suggestion!
Can you add another chapter for Parallelism citing various examples with Simple Nouns, Complex Nouns, Simple Gerunds, and Complex Gerunds. MGMAT SC guide doesn't explain clearly for above advanced topics on Parallelism.