How to use “which” on the GMAT®

Note: To read about “which vs. that” on the GMAT®, see this post. Here, I focus on the various uses of which. To begin, which is used after a comma in order to set off a non-essential (aka a non-restrictive) clause — that is, a clause that can be removed from a sentence without disturbing … Continue reading How to use “which” on the GMAT®