Imagine, you are plugging along in your Verbal Section on the GMAT, and then it pops up – the dreaded
Let’s dispel with the fiction that Marco Rubio doesn’t know what he’s doing on Sentence Correction problems. He knows exactly
As the east coast braces for a historic winter storm (and Weezer fans can’t get “My Name is Jonas” out
The other day I was working with a tutoring student on Sentence Correction when she expressed some understandable frustration: when
It was around the time my daughter was born that my wife and I began to have pronoun fights. A
One of the challenges test-takers encounter on Sentence Correction questions is the tendency of question writers to structure sentences in
You know that the GMAT tests Modifiers in Sentence Correction. But the unasked question that you may want to ask is: Why? Why Modifiers and not the fact that you’re not supposed to end a sentence with a preposition?
Today’s video takes a look at a Sentence Correction problem that preys on many test takers’ dogmatic search for idioms, leading many of them to make the wrong choice. This is a good example of the type of logic that can keep you from earning those last critical 50 points on the GMAT!
(This is one of a series of GMAT tips that we offer on our blog.) The Shortest Distance Between Two
Of all the question types on the GMAT, a global exam for which the pool of test takers includes more than half of its examinees from outside the United States, Sentence Correction may seem the most arbitrary to prospective examinees.
Welcome back to Hip Hop Month in the GMAT Tip of the Week space, where we’re shocked that in the years of doing this every March we’ve never yet mentioned Vanilla Ice, perhaps the greatest Sentence Correction rapper of all time…
If you have seen the Veritas Prep curriculum, then you know we frequently highlight the strategy of “Think like the Testmaker” to
Here on April 15, it’s a good occasion to remember the Benjamin Franklin quote: “In this world nothing can be
Today we will look at some official GMAT questions testing the “like” vs. “as” concept we discussed last week. (Review
Some GMAT test-takers wonder whether it is grammatically correct to use multiple tenses in a single sentence. Today we will
GMAT students can now benefit from a new series featuring video tips from Veritas Prep’s own Brian Galvin. Last week, Brian
I recently received the following question from a student. “I often get into trouble with ambiguous pronouns. If it is
Ah, summertime. Perhaps you’re spending this first-weekend-of-July at the Jersey Shore, or perhaps you have plans to watch baseball. Either
It may well be fair to say that GMAT students, on average, dislike studying for Sentence Correction questions than for
Vivian Kerr is a regular contributor to several GMAT and SAT websites, allowing her to flex her intellectual muscle while