We’ve been featured on GMAT Club as the resident verbal experts for several years now, and we’ve created an ongoing series of GMAT verbal videos. All of these were filmed live, so they’ll give you a sense of what our GMAT tutoring is like in real life, with all of its spontaneity and hiccups.
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A discussion of pronouns on the GMAT, with an emphasis on demonstrative pronouns, the nuances of possessive pronouns, and the reasons why pronoun ambiguity is NOT an absolute rule on GMAT sentence correction questions.
A discussion of the many uses of the word “that” in GMAT sentence correction questions, including its appearances as an article, a demonstrative pronoun, and a modifier.
A deep dive into parallelism on GMAT sentence correction questions, with an emphasis on the interaction between parallel structure and meaning.
An intuitive, logic- and meaning-based approach to mastering verb tenses on GMAT sentence correction questions.
An introduction to the primary grammatical and logical tools for conquering comparisons on GMAT sentence correction questions.
Our second video on comparisons, featuring some advanced nuances of comparisons in GMAT sentence correction questions.
You’re probably worrying too much about commas, semicolons, colons, and dashes on GMAT sentence correction. Find out what you REALLY need to know about GMAT punctuation in this video.
Build efficiency and accuracy on GMAT sentence correction by prioritizing the most important concepts. This video includes a summary of the most important grammar concepts tested on the GMAT, as well as a framework for tackling meaning-based questions.
How to tackle the GMAT’s toughest sentence correction questions, with an emphasis on techniques for breaking down the hardest meaning-based SC questions.
An introduction to fundamental techniques for tackling GMAT critical reasoning, with an emphasis on strengthen, weaken, and assumption questions.