Last week we shared a video by Magoosh, which was dedicated to GMAT sentence correction questions. Sentence correction consists of sentences with an underlined section, followed by 5 possible answer choices. The candidate should select the best possible answer.


As previously mentioned, simply reading the answer choices and picking the sentence that sounds best isn’t enough. There are also some subtleties that you need to master in order to score high on the sentence correction section of the GMAT, such as idioms.

Last week’s video presented a list of must-know idioms. This week, we are presenting more of these in order to help you better prepare for the exam.

If you have any questions regarding sentence correction questions or any other section of the GMAT exam, you can post them on the PrepAdviser Forum. Experts and peers will answer promptly.