## Use Logic to Make Quick Work of Difficult Sentence Correction Problems

Logic is the key to moving quickly through the sentence correction questions on the GMAT

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##### Take a GMAT Selfie
Take a candid look at the areas on the GMAT where you struggle
##### Get Out of Jail Free on Sentence Correction
Remember, sentence correction is mostly about logic and grammar
##### Listen for the Echo in Sentence Correction
Your GMAT strategy should involve looking for “echoes” in the sentences you read
##### The 'Winning Strategy' for Weighted Average Problems
The most efficient shortcut in all of GMAT math may be a strategy for calculating weighted averages
##### Two Simple Rules for Conquering Conversion Problems
One of the easiest tools the GMAT has to convert an easy problem into a more challenging one involves making you do a conversion of units
##### Think “Better,” Not “Best,” on Sentence Correction
Here are some tips to avoid falling into a common trap on the GMAT
• ###### GMAT Tips from Veritas Prep
The GMAT is designed to make sure B-school students are prepared for a graduate business education
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The informal nature of grammar on social media may undermine your performance on some portions of the GMAT
##### Shortcut for AWA: Pick Out the Intentional Flaws
Test makers try to make your job easier by giving you an intentionally flawed conclusion

##### GMAT Tip: The Groundwork for a 700+ Score
To achieve a top score in the GMAT, test-takers must focus on content, strategy, and pacing
##### Watch for Negations in Critical Reasoning
On the critical reasoning section of the GMAT, look for "signal" words that can help you quickly break down an argument
##### Use the AWA to Study for Critical Reasoning
If you want to get better at critical reasoning, practice the essay
##### GMAT Tip: Tackling the Toughest Data Sufficiency Questions
If you can narrow your answer choices on a data sufficiency question down to two, finding the correct one requires a little work
##### A Universal Template for the AWA Essay: Part II
Treat the AWA as a flawed critical reasoning prompt, then analyze the evidence, assumptions, and conclusion
##### GMAT Tip: One-Word Clues in Critical Reasoning Questions
Critical reasoning questions often contain a single word that makes all the difference
##### GMAT Tip: Answer Clues Hidden in Plain Sight
Data-sufficiency questions often include information about the correct answer that has nothing to do with math
• ###### GMAT Tips from Veritas Prep
The GMAT is designed to make sure B-school students are prepared for a graduate business education
##### GMAT Tip: Mastering Inequality Problems
Inequality questions are easier to solve if you follow three simple rules