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Non-GMAT Question Entirely - but I need help!

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New post 31 Jan 2014, 10:34
Hi Everyone,

This is not entirely a GMAT section related question, but I think that if I could have the following question answered, it will be very helpful for me to improve the quality of my sentences.

I am looking for a "Grammar consultant" (person, not software) that can help me review a set of random essays that I write for him/her and correct my grammatical mistakes. By doing so, I can have him/her give me general and specific feedback on the consistent grammatical mistakes I've made across the essays.

That will help me focus on fixing my repeated mistakes.

Let me know if you have any resources that can help me. Thanks!

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New post 03 Feb 2014, 06:20
piyushdabomb wrote:
Hi Everyone,

This is not entirely a GMAT section related question, but I think that if I could have the following question answered, it will be very helpful for me to improve the quality of my sentences.

I am looking for a "Grammar consultant" (person, not software) that can help me review a set of random essays that I write for him/her and correct my grammatical mistakes. By doing so, I can have him/her give me general and specific feedback on the consistent grammatical mistakes I've made across the essays.

That will help me focus on fixing my repeated mistakes.

Let me know if you have any resources that can help me. Thanks!


Hi, you can PM me with what you have in mind. Sounds interesting.
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New post 26 Feb 2014, 15:26
This is an interesting idea. Is your thought that by having an essay tutor you would improve your grammar and that might have some spillover effects into your GMAT? Or, is this an idea to improve your English generally? Or perhaps you want to improve your entrance essays for business schools? You have to know exactly where you want to go before you decide how to get there...

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