Friday, July 1, 2011

Day 21 - Sentence Correction (MGMAT)

Though I did the studying two days ago, it took me so long to find time to update it here. I worked on chapter 2 in MGMAT SC which meant a lot to approaching SC questions in GMAT. Their short and crisp ideas gives a clear idea about what to look for in a SC question. Look for errors in the following areas in that order.
  1. Grammar
  2. Meaning
    •     Choose your words
    •     Place your words
    •     Match your words
  3. Concision
    •     Avoid redundancy
Apparently this is what most of the reading from various websites suggests, but for MGMAT, this is a kickstart, to the more complex aspects to look for in SC.

And I am happy to say, with yesterday, I completed three complete years of my work life, and in Logica. As I step into this new year of work life, I believe there are plenty of challenges waiting for me, to learn, and focus on.

I just received the first issue of 'The Economist' at my desk yesterday. An amazing resource for both general reading, and from GMAT context.

Material covered:
MGMAT SC - Pages 19 to 29.

1 comment:

  1. Sentence structure establishing more of the respective piece elements between the students because they usually used to think around with more sufficient details.