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OG 12 Sentence Correction done


Whew!!! That took some effort … Finally done with all the practice problems on Sentence Correction in OG12. Completed the 140 questions with an accuracy rate of 81 %. Considering how weak this section was when I started out on my GMAT preparation, this is no mean feat πŸ™‚

To summarize, the key areas for revision would be :
1. Parallelism
2. Idioms
3. Modifiers

The strength areas for me are :
1. Comparisons
2. Pronouns
3. Subject-Verb agreement

Knowing my strength and weaknesses should help me to concentrate better when I am on the revision part of the study plan.

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Discussion

2 thoughts on “OG 12 Sentence Correction done

  1. Thanks for this knowledgeable post, i am preparing for GMAT Sentence Correction and was looking for material to assist me for learning. Thanks for this post. Can you help me in making a decision that whether should i go for buying GMAT sentence correction book online from http://www.wiziq.com/course/16189-gmat-sentence-correction-book-3rd-edition or not. Thanks in advance for the help

    Posted by Srishti D | March 13, 2013, 1:22 pm
    • Personally, I would stick to the OG and Manhattan Sentence Correction … but if you think that you need more material you could try the book you have mentioned … what matters at the end is how many problems you have solved and how many mistakes you have learned from πŸ™‚ … Best of Luck!

      Posted by pyarapopat | April 3, 2013, 6:22 pm

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