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Two weeks to GMAT - SC direction needed

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New post 08 Jun 2004, 15:23
Hi All,

I have been a regular to this forum since last two weeks and just wish I knew it a little more early. Can anybody suggest how I can improve my sentence correction now that I have just 2 more weeks of time before GMAT. I did kaplan tests and some of the SC's in the GMAT plus. I am ending up aroung 50 -60 percentile on SC only(kaplan) and around 70 percentile in GMAT plus. CR and RC are fine.

Also any preperation strategies for last minute preperation would be welcome.

thanks in advance,
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New post 08 Jun 2004, 20:49
SC is hard to master in a short period of time because it's based on a solid knowledge of English grammar rules, and those can take time to really absorb and be able to implement. See if your local library or bookstore has a copy of Grammar Smart or Strunk's The Elements of Style. Both are excellent grammar resources and should help you greatly. Then just practice with as many SC questions as you can.

What other practice materials do you have besides Kaplan adn GMAT Plus? You should be going through the Official Guide, and the Princeton Review book with CD (Cracking the GMAT) is also excellent practice. Actually, I think their Verbal Workout book covers a lot of grammar rules, the key ones you need to know for the GMAT, so you might be able to cover all the bases just by picking up that book.
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New post 09 Jun 2004, 07:21
Thanks Lucyloo. I do have Princeton with CD and their verbal too but I went through them long ago almost two months back. I think I will read them again.
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