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Advice for verbal score [#permalink] New post 06 Mar 2009, 23:48
hi guys,

i wrote 3 manhattan gmat verbal tests averaged around 32
one princeton 35
Is it a good score and can i reach 40 in 2 weeks time or less.. a little struggle is with RC and CR i get around 60-70% correct, sentence correction going pretty good around 90%.
Shuld i take any other tests..manhattan looks very different when compared to princeton.
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Re: Advice for verbal score [#permalink] New post 07 Mar 2009, 06:51
quit123 wrote:
hi guys,

i wrote 3 manhattan gmat verbal tests averaged around 32
one princeton 35
Is it a good score and can i reach 40 in 2 weeks time or less.. a little struggle is with RC and CR i get around 60-70% correct, sentence correction going pretty good around 90%.
Shuld i take any other tests..manhattan looks very different when compared to princeton.


Why don't you take a GMATprep CAT and see how you do on the verbal there? GMATprep is by far the closest you can get to the real score.
Re: Advice for verbal score   [#permalink] 07 Mar 2009, 06:51
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