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I am copying and pasting here again your initial query on which I opted to respond, and as such I was not obliged to post my feedback on your query. It was just my aspiration to help and not be sealed with names by you, and whoever you are - don't call names people you don't know. If you want my real profile - you can get one at Viewing profile or gradcafe forums or edulix. I won't ruin your profile here and will be polite, but only this time
so your original query was >>
Hi , I am currently focusing on new vocabulary but i wanted to know if there was an online resource with sentence completion tips ? Any online resources
on which I was responded, yes-positive Magoosh. I have studied Manhattan GRE strategic guide for SE and TC as well. It contains less tips and examples with practical applications for TC and SE. Moreover, their (MGRE) direct target is to have their aspirants be focused more on finding target, pivotal words and action linked to those two mentioned. Whereas, Magoosh tips suggest a test-taker to concentrate on many sentence shifters and be prepared to solve extraordinary blank placements like ones not directly relating to the action of a target in the TC sentence.
Anyways, if you query were to find online resource for math, I would recommend to go over Barron's questions first, then complete hard questions in Magoosh again and afterwards look for MGRE set of online tests. You could solve the latter in untimed mode as you will learn more then.
I hope in your next post you won't claim that I am scammer or advertiser of Magoosh prep. I decently passed their course and would put some likeness for it anyways. I am also using MGRE online mocks and their TC/SE guide. For vocabulary I am using Princeton Review's Word Smart 2nd edition, especially its 3rd chapter - final exam section - which contains all words from that book.
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