Syllabus for GMAT Exam

ObjectiveThe questions of Sentence Correction consists of a sentence with an underlined part followed by five different answer choices. You will have to select the appropriate one from the given choices. These questions assess your knowledge of standard written English.

Example:

1.Robert Radcliff , an eminent humanist, called for rural apartment building including

adult- care facilities and non clustered rural homes including communal dancing and

clubhouse facilities.

  1. including adult- care facilities and non clustered rural homes including communal dancing and clubhouse facilities.
  2. that included adult-care facilities, and for non clustered rural homes to include communal dancing and clubhouse facilities
  3. with adult-care facilities included and for non clustered rural homes to include communal dancing and clubhouse facilities
  4. that included adult-care facilities and for non clustered rural homes with communal dancing and clubhouse facilities
  5. to include adult-care facilities and for non clustered rural homes with communal dancing and clubhouse facilities included

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Strategy:

Candidates who grew up speaking a language other than english may find this section little difficult. For all Quant lovers, this section is somewhat similar to maths. You can use specific words and phrases to eliminate options and learn how different structures must fit together to form a correct sentence.

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Strategy https://www.youtube.com/embed/d4XYInSiH0c


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