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Week 1 Day 1 : Verbal Introduction, Sentence Correction, S-V Agreement

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Week 1 Day 1 : Verbal Introduction, Sentence Correction, S-V Agreement

1 Introduction to the Verbal Section
2 Study Sentence Correction
3 Extra Credit & GMAT Prep Resources

Reading and Practice Plan

10 min:

Introduction to the verbal section - GMAC

60 min:

Beginner Verbal Resources and Books

60 min:

Create a study plan

30 min:

Read Chapters “Grammar and Meaning” and “Sentence Structure” from Manhattan SC

20 min:

Practice 10 SC questions on the timer - use this tag

Tips & Tricks for More Effective Practice

Make sure you review difficulty level of each question.

For each mistake, do not forget to mark or make notes in your log and plan to review them tomorrow in the first 15 mins of your prep.

Make sure you don’t google the questions and use extra credit resources to boost your performance.

Tip of the day:

Sentence Correction is less about grammar and more about logic and reasoning; otherwise it would be called a grammar section!

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Extra Credit

- Read Best way to eliminate SC choice

- Do 10 Hard SC Questions. Target to have at least 70% accuracy


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