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Don't get disappointed. Take a weeks vacation and then try again. I am sure you can do it. Failures are not the end of life and BTW this is not a failure. Take this as a lesson and gear up. We (atleast me) are not god gifted brains, we have earned what we have by sheer will and hard work. So why stop now.
It happens sometimes. Verbal is very deceptive. Do not let it bother you too much. Re-focus yourself and re-take the test. This time, you know where you need to improve. In addition, you will have more experience.
Cheer up, dude...! Next time you only need to worry about one section. Are you sure it wasn't a stamina issue ? Probably, by the time you reached verbal..you were too tired to think clearly. It happens to me on all practice tests.
Take some time off , reassess and nail the beast !
Dont get disappointed , it's just a test . The good point is that your quant section is strong , so you just have to work on the verbal section .
Do a RCFA (Root Cause Failure Analysis ) to know what actually went wrong in the verbal section , forget about your verbal score you got during your practise test , think of the real test ... what did u feel u were lacking , whether the SC too tough ... or were u too tired to think or comprehend RC ,CR .... buddy think about everything possible and try to strengthen those .
With quant already under your belt ,it's just matter of time for verbal .
Good luck .
Hi CJ, I suggest you to focus only on verbal forum in your next attempt. You can brush through math and some challenges 2 weeks before the actual exam. That was my approach and it worked for me.