Master the GMAT: GMAT Verbal Section, part of Peterson's Master the GMAT 2013, offers a step-by-step approach to handling and successfully tackling any Verbal question on the GMAT. If you need additional verbal review for the GMAT, you'll find it here with chapters on Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction, and Reading Comprehension. Critical Reading review offers tips on the following question types: assumption, additional evidence, inference, strategy, hypothesis, necessary inference, and parallel argument. Sentence Correction review includes grammatical errors involving parts of speech; problems with sentence structure; errors in parts of speech; redundancy, wordiness, awkwardness, and omissions; and problems in tense, voice, and mood. Reading Comprehension review includes techniques for interactive reading, sample reading passages and question types, techniques for effective and efficient reading, and Top 10 wrong-answer ploys. Numerous sample reading exercises offer the practice you need to score high on the Verbal part of the GMAT.Later in the book wea#39;ll review strategies and tips for specific test sections and question types. Right now, however, herea#39;s a list of general strategies for the GMAT. Even if youa#39;ve read about these strategies elsewhere, or if they seem like anbsp;...
|Title||:||Master the GMAT: GMAT Verbal Section|
|Publisher||:||Peterson's - 2013-01-30|