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SC Errors: Meaning vs Grammar vs Both

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Hello to everyone.

Could someone with great knowledge of the VERBAL section and particularly SC separate the common errors based on the categories: i) meaning, ii) grammar, iii) both?

For example: redundancy is on the first category, also verb tense is on the first category (based on Ron from MGMAT).

It will be very helpful.

Thanks to all!

Originally posted by standyonda on 22 Apr 2018, 07:13.
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Expert request: Could someone with great knowledge of the VERBAL section and particularly SC separate the common errors based on the categories: i) meaning, ii) grammar, iii) both?

For example: redundancy is on the first category, also verb tense is on the first category (based on Ron from MGMAT).
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