MBAcademy helps aspiring MBA candidates see Verbal questions as Math questions, and Math as Verbal. This picture shows how Mark Alan Robinson MBA veteran tutor and former GMAT prep in-person full course instructor for Veritas Prep aces GMAT Sentence Correction problems by solving Comparison errors as a Quant inequality. As a GMAT superhero (anti-human), scan your answers backwards and in reverse E, D, C, B, A for “that of” (comparison of singular things) or “those of” (comparison of plural things). Of course, there’s more to solving these problems than the conventional way you learned in 4th thru 10th grades. So, join MBAcademy to train as a team for your best GMAT with other mental athletes, mental ninjas, and a network of leaders. Why limit your performance by GMAT self-study when teams achieve more impact? You are not alone against the 100,000 others who take the GMAT every year. Where will you place in this marathon? Or, is the GMAT better as a team sport?