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1. Must be true/Inference/Conclusion CR: You have to consider whatever stated
in the stimulus as true.
Correct choices can be:
a. Paraphrased of some part or entire stimulus
b. Combination of two or more premises
Incorrect choices can be:
a. Could be true
No one has been able to prove that the person who wrote Shakespeare's plays was named
We had to account for all the missing money.
The company has access to large capital reserves.
The poison pill in the contract acts as a preventative meas
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SC Tips By Ron
Wednesday, September 26 2012, 8:45 PM
Importance of Meaning in Sentence Correction & How to study SC :
You should ALWAYS check the meaning, before you look at ANYTHING in the sentence. almost every one of
the major SC error types is easier
as _ as
at a disadvantage
Comprehensive SC Guide
Comprehensive SC Guide Whiplash Style
The Monster SC Strategy Guide
This is not intended to be a reproduction of any guides available on the internet and was just
produced by me as
Friendly Error Log
by Saruba, updated by Spoilt
Quant error log
2. able + infinitive
3. ability to
4. accede to
5. access to
6. acclaimed as is the correct idiom (Acclaimed to be is wrong)
7. accompanied by
8. according to
9. account for (When explaining something)
10. on account of
11. account to (W
Critical Reasoning from
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Critical Reasoning from GMAT Prep
I have not written any of the content that is presented in this document. This is merely a
compilation of all the GMAT Prep CR questions that have been
The Monster CR Strategy Guide
DISCLAIMER: This is merely a compiled strategy document that I put together after reading various CR
strategy books. While this might not work for everyone, this is the method that I use to solve the
Sentence Correction Basic Rules
1. There should be a main subject and a main verb, which should agree in plurality.
2. If the main subject is connected by any additive other than and, it is still singular.
3. If either or, neither or or or are used, then