Basic Grammer Book

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Basic Grammer Book

by philanthrophic » Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:11 am
Hi all
This is my first post in the forum
I will be commencing with the GMAT Prepration soon

Grammer has been my week topic since school days
And sentence correction problems seems very tough for me

Can u please suggest me som thing very fundamental book of grammer that can be helpful for GMAT prep

Please let me know

Thanks

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Re: Basic Grammer Book

by beatthegmat » Fri Oct 27, 2006 10:13 am
philanthrophic wrote:Hi all
This is my first post in the forum
I will be commencing with the GMAT Prepration soon

Grammer has been my week topic since school days
And sentence correction problems seems very tough for me

Can u please suggest me som thing very fundamental book of grammer that can be helpful for GMAT prep

Please let me know

Thanks
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by cooldude » Fri Oct 27, 2006 11:20 am
i think sahilnotes then spidey's +kaplan verbal book + practice will do

there wont be any need to buy things for sc onlyother then this i reckon coz every sc book is almost the same kaplan verbal is best though coz it has helped so its my opinion

and practice with anaylysis of wrong answers is also critical

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by manishhemnani » Wed Nov 22, 2006 7:05 am
I agree.

Sahil's Notes + Spidey's Notes + Kaplan should be enough along with practice and review of incorrect answered questions.

The strategies mentioned in Princeton Review are also very helpful.
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by rajs.kumar » Wed Nov 22, 2006 9:41 am
I personally feel Manhattan SC guide served me better than Kaplan. Probably because of the way the book is organised. It is one of the best to study in parallel with the OG and understand the concepts tested in actual GMAT probably.