Typically one third of the 41 Verbal questions are Sentence Correction. Of all the GMAT sections you must study, two in particular will have enduring benefits after test day: the AWA Essay section and the Sentence Correction section. Effective writing is not only a prerequisite for mastering the GMAT, it is also a vital part of business communication. What you learn here will help you to express your ideas more clearly and effectively, whether you are drafting a GMAT essay or a business proposal.

II. Grammar Basics
Definitions of common grammar terms that you will find on the GMAT.

III. Sentence Correction Tips
A few basic tips to keep in mind.

IV. Three-Step Method for Sentence Correction Questions
This section provides you with a clear, step-by-step method for tackling all Sentence Correction questions.

V. Seven Types of Errors in Sentence Correction Questions
This section provides you with an overview of the seven most common grammar mistakes found in Sentence Correction questions.
You will learn specific skills for handling individual questions.

VI. Sample Questions
Timed online questions to simulate actual GMAT questions.

GMAT Strategy: What to expect from a Sentence Correction problem | Kaplan Test Prep

Sentence Correction problems make up a third of the GMAT Verbal section, so mastering them is key to a good GMAT score! In this video, learn the structure of a GMAT SC question, what content it will test, and how to approach them.