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# How to improve SC???

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Hi all,

I just wanted to ask a very simple question: How can I improve SC??

I have been studying this stuff for more than a year, and I think that I get correct no more than 75% of the questions.

I have read Manhattan SC three times, and I think that I know all the grammar rules, but I dont find them useful many times, especially in questions in which I dont find which rule to apply.

The thing is that I find the OG very easy compared to the real exam, and I have basically all the answers memorized, so it is getting harder to find new challenging questions.

Could any SC guru shed some light so I can finally beat this monster (I have 2 months to go)?

Im starting to getting frustated. Im a hard working person, but I dont know if that is enough.

Thanks.

PS: I have done the GMAT 2 times (680:Q50,V31 / 620:Q48,V27). This 3rd time Im studying for a 760 (Q51;V40), but I think that I would sign a 700(Q50,V35).
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02 Jun 2010, 17:53
I haven't read the MGMAT SC book, but I have heard it is excellent. Does it have a detailed walk-through of the commonly tested error types on the GMAT? There are basically 6 or 7 error types which are tested.

For additional practice questions, have you considered the Official Guide, Verbal Review?
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Re: How to improve SC???   [#permalink] 02 Jun 2010, 17:53
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