GMAT Tuesday: Sentence Correction — Spotting Parallelism

Sometimes the key in sentence correction is just a matter of knowing what to look for. Knowing how to spot parallelism and knowing when it will occur will help you to narrow in on what might be wrong in the sentence.

This week’s video will cover the basics of parallelism: what it is, where and when it occurs, and how it works.

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2 Responses to GMAT Tuesday: Sentence Correction — Spotting Parallelism

  1. Manu November 27, 2015 at 3:06 am #

    Just a small comment. For example 3, we need to correct the verb form as well, right?
    “Eating candy bars IS (not are) as bad for you as eating ice cream”

    • Kevin Rocci
      Kevin Rocci December 1, 2015 at 3:00 pm #

      Great eye, Manu! You are 100% correct. I should’ve changed the verb in the sentence from “are” to “is.” Thank you for the correction! 😀

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