Amazon 5-Star Reviews for Last Minute GMAT Grammar:
"A really good review of really nuanced rules."
--Han T. Dinh, Amazon.com
"This book definitely gave a lot of valuable information without adding useless content. I would recommend this book to anyone needing a quick lesson on sentence correction."
--Michael Navarro, Amazon.com
"I found this book to be an incredible tool to help me with my test preparation. It's a very fast read and fantastic reference. The topics are broken down in an easy to understand fashion and I find myself going back frequently to get quick answers. The conversational style is also appreciated."
--Ravi S, Amazon.com
"Even as a native English speaker, I struggled with the sentence correction section whilst prepping for the GMAT exam.
This is an excellent and thorough step-by-step guide that helped me tackle many of the common and less known grammatical errors. It specifically targets the recurring themes within the GMAT exam that are proven to cause the most difficulties for test-takers. It identifies and explains in a clear and concise manner how to go about tackling these sentences and provides plenty of good examples. I would highly recommend this guide to all GMAT candidates seeking to boost their scores in the verbal section!"
--Bianca Roden, Amazon.co.uk
Do you need a quick and dirty way to boost your GMAT score?
IMPROVE SENTENCE CORRECTION.
Traditionally, upping the Sentence Correction score is the simplest way to increase your total GMAT score. However, its intricacies make it extremely difficult to master truly.
What prevents the you, the testtaker, from such true mastery?
GRAMMAR, pure and simple.
You can learn all the tricks and techniques under the sun to answer the questions, but if your fundamental understanding of grammar is flawed you will never succeed at the GMAT.
--Are you confident in the grammar errors you're likely to see on the GMAT?
--Are you confident in the grammar errors you're NOT likely to see on the GMAT?
The Last Minute GMAT Grammar Sentence Correction takes the pain out of studying grammar for the GMAT.
--Are you a native speaker who relies too much on your ear?
--Are you a non-native speaker who thinks you'll never do well on Sentence Correction?
--Are you frustrated that you can never remember the difference between "who" and "whom?"
--Do you think that people with good grammar might just have their buns tied too tight?
Then Last Minute GMAT Grammar is for you!
Author Rowan Hand is Head Coach at Your GMAT Coach, a London-based GMAT consultancy. Over nearly ten years as a GMAT instructor in Paris, London, and Warsaw, he has taught hundreds of clients in group and private settings.
Drawing from Rowan's experience teaching native and non-native English speakers alike, Last Minute GMAT Grammar provides a key to the methods of thinking about grammar that will yield long-lasting results in a minimum of time.
Techniques in this first Sentence Correction guide allow the reader to understand the intricacies of grammar as presented on the GMAT, and crosses over well to other standardized exams with Sentence Correction sections, such as SAT and ACT.
Last Minute GMAT Grammar make learning grammar quick and painless--simply read this book as fast as you can, then practice. Come back and read it quickly again, then practice again.
Why the emphasis on practice?
Grammar comes with doing, not with book learning. This book gives you the tools necessary to boost your understanding, and the depth to re-evaluate your understanding after even a limited amount of practice.
Last Minute GMAT Grammar gives you not only a map but also a working guide to the grammar found on the GMAT.
Whether you're taking the GMAT tomorrow or next year, Last Minute GMAT Grammar will aims to revolutionize your understanding of core grammar concepts.
For a clear, step-by-step analysis of techniques and in-depth exercises--to be performed over time--check out the accompanying Last Minute GMAT Sentence Correction: Proven Techniques to Boost Your Sentence Correction Score -- the Hard Way!
For more information check out Rowan's website at www.yourgmatcoach.com. Join the Mailing List for tips and tricks delivered to your inbox every week!