All sentence correction questions consist of a sentence with part underlined, followed by 5 answer choices. Your task is to choose the BEST version from the choices given. Sentence correction questions test your knowledge of standard written (American) English.
Now it would be very easy if you could read the choices and pick the one that sounds best, but the sentences are often very confusing, and most GMAT sentence correction questions test more than one grammar point. Therefore, you need a systematic approach:
Remember that GMAT Sentence Correction tests effective expression as well as correct expression, and therefore you should choose answers that are clear and concise.
Do our practice tests and study the explanations for the ones you get wrong. We have given you three basic tests to sort out some elementary errors. The other tests are more difficult.
Grammar Focus: 50 essential grammar rules is an ideal companion to the free practice sentence correction tests available here on majortests.com.
It contains fifty rules that are essential knowledge for sentence correction questions that you will encounter on the GMAT.
Part of the given sentence is underlined. Choose the answer choice which is the best version of the underlined part. Choice A is unchanged. Select the version which is most effectively expressed - clear and unambiguous as well as correct grammar.
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Before taking the GMAT exam be sure to do all the sentence correction questions in The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 12th Edition
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