SVA or Subject Verb Agreement is a very important concept in English grammar. Many of the entrance exams (CAT, CLAT, GMAT, GRE, IELTS, TOEFL, BANK PO, NDA ) test students students on the rules based on subject verb agreement. Even after they are done, written aptitude tests / WAT (taken after you clear CAT by most top B-schools these days) will test your writing skills and mettle. Hence, SVA is one touchy topic where you do not want to go wrong! It makes all the more sense to brush up what you so happily left behind in school! This blogpost will give you ALL that you need to know about English grammar rules for subject verb agreement and how to use them when the questions appear in your entrance exams.
Because in this blog, we will be setting the record straight. Looking for that one place where you find -‘All that YOU need; to help you clear the English section of competitive exams’? Look no further! This blog post carries 19 of the most common, silliest grammatical mistakes you weren’t aware of and their correct answers. And don’t pay too much heed on the odd number 19. I have got many posts covering your workload you missed while sleeping in those English Grammar classes like how I did! 🙂
An MBA qualification; even from a good B-School — has lost its sheen somewhere in the last few years. The reasons are varied: – Too many B-Schools are opening up (MELA LAG CHUKA HAI) ,6th Pay commission Recommendations making the Public Sector jobs more enticing, Economic Slowdown, General sentiment etc. As such, for those joining the MBA bandwagon, the first important question that needs to be answered is – How to crack CAT? And this blog is an answer to that.
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