SENTENCE CORRECTION REMOVED FROM THE VERBAL REASONING SECTION OF THE GMAT

In the new GMAT, the Verbal Reasoning (VR) section continues to assess candidates' ability to read and comprehend written material, evaluate arguments, and correct written material to adhere to standard English conventions. However, unlike the old GMAT format, there is no specific Sentence Correction component within the VR section. This section comprises 23 multiple-choice questions and necessitates that candidates carefully read and analyse passages sourced from diverse materials. Subsequently, candidates respond to questions based on the information provided. With a time limit of 45 minutes, candidates are challenged to demonstrate their comprehensive understanding of the given material and ability for critical thinking within this segment.

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