I took the GMAT a couple of months ago (Aug 23rd). See post details @
Composite 650 (M - 49/90th percentile, V - 29 - 57th percentile).
- He/she should have already taken the GMAT. Must have done extremely well on the GMAT Verbal Section of the test and feels very comfortable with the "GMAT Verbal" Section. You should "see the music".....I've talked to people who score in the 99th percentile in the verbal [40+] and they see the "music".
- I'm very analytical/logic driven.....For e.g. with S.C you should be able to "parse" the SC down and show why the answer choices are wrong. With CR also you should be the same.
- He/she should have an interest in teaching the "GMAT Verbal" and be willing to explain why an answer choice is right or wrong. Should be strong with SC & CR. If you cannot "backup" your answer choices and just have a "gut feel" for the correct answer, i get easily frustrated. I'm very logical/analytical/thought process driven.........
- Be able to "find/isolate" my "weakness". I'm "too close" to the problem. I cant seem to isolate what i'm doing wrong. Nor do i see a "trend". I've got stats on my preps tests and I have saved my accuracy (% of total questions answered correct) for the "mini-practice tests".
- A person with a "critical eye" who can isolate what my problem is. I am willing to put the "time&effort"......You will not see a "lack of effort" from my end.
- I'm in Austin, Texas. So if you are in Austin that would be great. Ideally i'd like for you to be able to "see" what i'm doing wrong.......
- I'd like to come up with a "pay for performance" plan. You know a "base hourly pay" and then depending on how well i do on the "GMAT Verbal" i'll throw in a bonus for every 10 points i score.....
If this sounds like you please respond back.....I just cannot seem to get past the "GMAT Verbal" hump.