## 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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##### Do Your Work Early on Data Sufficiency
Rephrasing the question and focusing on the formula are two ways to improve your score
##### Use the 'Translator' to Master Triple Ratios
This type of ratio problem may present a difficulty for many GMAT test-takers. Here's a tip for solving it
##### Narrow Your Focus to Expand Your Score on the Verbal Section
You are usually given more information than you need, so you should focus on the parts that are truly important
##### Shift the Burden on Inference Questions
An answer choice worded so that it's presumed to be true unless disproven is often the correct answer
##### Give Yourself the Benefit of the Doubt on Problem Solving
Making assumptions and choices is often necessary on Problem Solving questions
##### Avoid 'Outside Information' on Sentence Correction
Work exclusively with the information provided in the argument or passage and don't bring in anything additional
##### The Simple Equation for Success at Sentence Correction
Eliminate the clutter of modifiers to simplify the sentence
##### Use a 'Pilot’s Checklist' to Soar on Quantitative
Find it difficult to know when you can safely hit “submit?” Devise a checklist to cover the bases
##### Data Sufficiency: Lean toward A B D, and Jump to C vs. E, Part 2
When the statements are each clearly insufficient, ruling out A, B, and D from the start, the answer can only be C or E