|I was doing all right in SC, knew
all the rules etc. But what I
wanted was to find out the logic
behind these rules.
You know when you come across
tough questions, you can always
narrow down to two choices, and
this is where the difference
between those who know
grammar vs those who know the
rules comes in.
Winners' guide to GMAT Grammar
was invaluable in my getting a
perfect Verbal score.
- Tim Norris (Verbal: 99
|I wanted to get a good
understanding of GMAT Grammar
me in the GMAT Sentence
Correction Section, but also for
AWA, Application Essays and in
general for the whole Verbal
If you are looking for something
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- Jan Vandenberg (Verbal: 97
|I did not study english till after my
graduation. And no wonder, I was
totally scared of GMAT Verbal.
But having spent some time with
this guide, I managed to get a
respectable 85 percentile in
Highly recommended if Sentence
Correction scares you.
- Buyang Bhutia (Verbal: 85
|I hail from Spain and even though
my English isn't so bad, I was
totally lost with English Grammar.
No amount of cramming all the
rules helped because you can
never predict How the Gmat is
going to test your knowledge. The
only solution was to build up core
basic knowledge of how this
language worked. And this is
where all my thanks goes to 'Gmat
grammar for non native speakers.
- ener Erdem (Verbal: 90
|Although I was doing MS in the
US, all my previous education had
been in my mother tongue.
When I decided to take the GMAT,
I had to do something about my
confidence level and my command
over the language.
Glad to say I managed a pretty
decent score in both the math
and the english section with the
help of various books by
- S. Sankar (Verbal: 90 percentile)
|While I was doing pretty well on
the math section, I was really lost
at GMAT Verbal, especially the
SC section. In desperation I even
spent a couple of weeks with
Wren & Martin, but still ended up
with a poor 50 percentile.
Eventually, I came across the
GMAT Grammar guide and
managed to get my Verbal
percentile up to 90.
A remarkable improvement given
my command over the language.
- J. Smith (Verbal: 90 Percentile)