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GMAT Sentence Correction Sample Questions

I’ve written quite a few posts here featuring Sentence Correction questions. The following is a list of articles on this blog each with a couple of Sentence Correction practice questions.  These are organized by important Sentence Correction topic.  The sample questions often appear at the head of the article, although some appear further down in the text.  The solutions & explanations to the sample questions are given at the end of each respective blog article.

 

GMAT Sentence Correction sample question

Like vs. As

 

The Progressive Tenses of Verbs

 

Noun Clauses (i.e. Substantive Clauses)

 

Gerunds & gerund phrases

 

Verbs that require infinitives

 

“That” clauses for beliefs & ideas

 

The ___-er they X, the _________-er they Y

 

Auxiliary Verbs and Number

 

Noun vs. Verb splits

 

and here are a few more GMAT Sentence Correction sample questions from inside the Magoosh product.

1) http://gmat.magoosh.com/questions/3266

2) http://gmat.magoosh.com/questions/3219

3) http://gmat.magoosh.com/questions/3238

 

As you can see, there are certainly patterns you see when dealing with facing GMAT Sentence Correction. Sample questions, I feel, are some of the most useful means to help you succeed in this section.

We all know GMAT grammar is a challenge. What are some tools you like to use to help you do well on GMAT Sentence Correction problems?

About the Author

Mike McGarry is a Content Developer for Magoosh with over 20 years of teaching experience and a BS in Physics and an MA in Religion, both from Harvard. He enjoys hitting foosballs into orbit, and despite having no obvious cranial deficiency, he insists on rooting for the NY Mets. Follow him on Google+!

2 Responses to GMAT Sentence Correction Sample Questions

  1. tarini March 18, 2013 at 6:01 am #

    Nice article and a set of sample questions you have provided… they are very useful…

    • Mike
      Mike March 19, 2013 at 10:05 am #

      Dear Tarini,
      Thank you very much. Good luck to you!
      Mike :-)


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