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GMAT 1: 750 Q50 V40
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700 to 760 [#permalink] New post 26 May 2012, 16:30
Thanks to all the guys who have put their stories on this forum - immense help.

I took my GMAT yesterday and scored 760 (Q:50 V:41)

I had taken my GMAT in early November - I scored a 700. I was disappointed. I decided to take it again.

The major learning that I have had over the past one month of study is that the focus for most aspirants should be to grasp one of the famous study material (Manhattan or Kaplan - does not matter too much - but I would recommend Manhattan) and then to practice as many questions as he/she can.

In my second round of preparation I had practiced all questions from OG 10 and OG 12 multiple number of times and also taken all six Manhattan Tests.

My scores were:
MGMAT 1 (5 weeks before the test): 730
MGMAT 2 (4 weeks before the test): 730
MGMAT 3 (2 weeks before the test): 750
MGMAT 4 (1 week before the test): 750
MGMAT 5 (5 days before the test): 760
MGMAT 6 (2 days before the test): 760
GMAT Prep 1 (4 days before the test): 750
GMAT Prep 2 (3 days before the test): 770

GMAT : 760 (Q:50 V:41)

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Re: 700 to 760 [#permalink] New post 27 May 2012, 23:02
Hi Shashank
congrates for the big score

could you please share your verbal strategy?
specially how you aced RC>?
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Re: 700 to 760 [#permalink] New post 29 May 2012, 11:42
Hi Shashank

Congratulations. I am from engineering background(masters-computer science) with 4 years of work experience,aiming for top business schools. I am a non native English speaker. Can you please suggest or share your verbal strategy..

Thank you and Regards
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Re: 700 to 760 [#permalink] New post 29 May 2012, 12:45
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