## 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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##### 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
##### GMAT Tip: 'Why' Can Be as Important as 'What'
Answer choices can tell you if a question requires a calculation or a rough estimate, and where you might go wrong
##### GMAT Tip: Understanding Rate Problems
A single tough rate problem can wreak havoc on your GMAT score, but not if you understand the basics
##### GMAT Tip: Looking for Clues Where You'd Least Expect Them
On sentence correction questions, the GMAT often hides clues far from the underlined portion that needs to be fixed
##### GMAT Tip: Using Minimums to Maximize Your Score
To tackle "minimum/maximum" questions, test-takers need to rely on reasoning, not math
##### GMAT Tip: Becoming Above Average on Average Problems
Calculating averages typically involves adding and dividing, but many GMAT average questions can be done without any division
##### GMAT Tip: 'Must Be True' vs. 'Could Be False'
On GMAT inference questions, close isn't good enough. Correct answers have to meet the "must be true" standard
##### GMAT Tip: Why Grammar Isn't Enough on Sentence Correction Questions
To choose between two answer choices that each seem grammatically correct, you need to rely on logic
##### GMAT Tip: The Right Way to Study
Memorization isn't going to cut it for the GMAT. Test-takers need to practice on new problems and think conceptually
##### GMAT Tip: The Usual Suspects for Quant Mistakes
These three common mistakes can be easily corrected if you know what to look for