GMAT Grammar studying could cover a wide range of rules to review. Rather than trying to find a grammar textbook that is full of things you may not need to worry about, and that may be out of date, study with Nova’s GMAT Prep Course. Nova’s course guides you through the main grammar rules you need to know and provides lists and examples of the most common mistakes.
Grammar on the GMAT can be divided into two main parts: Mechanics and Usage. Nova’s GMAT Prep Course gives tips on which occurs more often, helping you review the parts of speech, where they occur, how they function, and how this can help you on the test. It provides reference examples (with correct usage) along with explanation and examples of faulty usage. Practice tests follow each sub-section, allowing you to immediately apply the information.
Nova’s GMAT Prep Course also explains the difference between words that are commonly misused, such as effect and affect. Examples illustrate the faulty and correct usage for idioms. The section concludes with a summary of the main ideas and the answer to the quizzes of the section.
GMAT grammar in Nova’s GMAT Prep Course covers pronoun errors, subject-verb agreement, misplaced modifiers, faulty parallelism, faulty verb tense, adverb usage, phrases & clauses, and idioms & their usage. The clear explanations and examples will help you to improve your score on the verbal section of the GMAT. Study with Nova Press and feel confident that your preparation will be well-guided and will achieve results.
Originally posted 2012-03-20 00:54:11.