The Course Module
MBA entrance exams are time bound and each second matters. Be it an MBA aspirant attempting reading comprehension or tackling grammar innuendos. RC is the understanding of what a particular text means and the idea the author is attempting to convey to reader, both textual and subtextual. Not only to process the literal words of the passage, but also their relationship with one another, the context behind the words, language and vocabulary usages which in overall impacts emotion and meaning behind the text, and how the text comes together as a coherent whole. Improving your RC level takes time and practice, but understanding where ones strength and weakness stands is the first step towards progress. Whereas Grammar is the fundamental component of language learning. It is the standardized guidelines accepted across the world. It comprises the rules and principles which determine the structure of sentences. Sound knowledge of grammar is absolutely essential for mastering the language. To be able to speak and write effectively, it is essential to be aware of the structure of words and how words come together to form meaningful sentences which produces effective communication. Grammar as a topic will indeed help you to increase your score. Revising a topic will strengthen your basic foundation of that topic. After a couple of revisions, your chances of erring in the topic will invariably go down significantly.
The module of TCY Online RC and Grammar Practice for MBA Entrance has 68 sturdy tests with 1250 questions consisting of Introduction, Speed Building, Part Idea to Whole and Main Idea in Reading Comprehension, Inference and Application-I, Text Summary / Text Completion, Sub-Verb and Pronoun, Preposition, Article, Conjunction, Modal Aux, Adjective, Adverb, Parallelism Modifier and Misc, Grammar Revision Test - I and Grammar Revision Test - II. In the RC section of this package, a thorough basic foundation to approach comprehension and some of the techniques that helps sail through RC easily is available and it includes enough practice questions incorporating the variety of questions to attempt and assess. As grammar is a vast domain, the module on grammar is restricted to those areas that can help the MBA aspirants improve their language skills and avoid committing errors on this account. The MBA aspirants are expected to possess a reasonable level of spoken and written English skills in terms of grammar concepts and this course aims to achieve that.