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Concision I - Keep It Short

Concision is a critical aspect of effective communication, especially in the context of the GMAT sentence correction. It emphasizes clarity, persuasiveness, and brevity.
  • Modern business and academic environments prioritize concise communication, making it essential for catching attention.
  • When faced with two grammatically correct options, the GMAT prefers the more concise choice.
  • Using verb forms instead of adjectives or nouns can make sentences more direct, powerful, and concise.
  • Eliminating redundancy and unnecessary wordiness improves both the logical structure and conciseness of sentences.
  • Practical examples illustrate how to transform verbose sentences into concise statements without losing meaning.
The Importance of Concision
Verb Forms Over Nouns and Adjectives
Eliminating Redundancy
Practical Examples of Concision

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