Thanks Prof, I'd work a bit on quant, and keep working on verbal. It appears that improving the verbal score is nearly impossible. But I definitely can work on quant. A couple of less mistakes, and I'd be through.
Thanks for your encouraging words.
I disagree. I think verbal is the easiest to improve - theres no risk of making a stupid math mistake (oops 14 + 3 isnt' 11!) or forgetting a formula (surface area of a cylinder!) or getting trapped by something like "how much MORE would sammy need..." and you solve for how much sammy has today or something (a common error).
In verbal, its just rules. This before that, if you see X then expect Y, etc.
I have a long discussion of verbal strategies here: http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=30030
Also, if you don't have it, get the Manhattan SC book. It, pretty much, took my score from 35-37 up to 44-45. I got a 45 on the actual exam.