It's sounds to me like you're off to a pretty good start. How was your Quant score when you last took the test? At this point, you'll definitely want to start doing some work on the Quant side of things, but how you split your time between Quant and Verbal will depend on how strong you already are in Quant.
1) I have little time left and i have yet to start reviewing my quant as well, so what do i do now for verbal ? do i again work on my strategy guides ? or do i work on strategies ?
I'd say worry less about the strategy guides at this point. Focus on doing sets of OG Verbal
problems. Basically, return to the strategy guides to review any topics that continue to give you trouble.
Remember, quality is always more important than quantity when it comes to the OG. Do problems in short sets with a timer running, but then spend as long as you need to review *all* of the problems (not just the ones you missed). Reviewing problems you answered correctly is an important component to improving your speed and accuracy.
2) Do you think my statistics exhibit possibility of achieving my target of verbal is 36/37 with the accuracy mentioned above (am not counting on RC right now, assuming RC throws similar results)
Translating OG statistics to an actual test score is always tricky business! It sounds like you've put in a good deal of studying, so now might be an appropriate time to take another practice test and see where you stand. Remember that practice tests are not themselves a great way to prepare, but they are really the only way to fully assess your progress.
3) What would you suggest someone with an accuracy of 70% in SC and CR at OG and striving for 36/37 in verbal , is it realistic or too much optimistic?
It's certainly not un
... But again, you'll really need to take a practice test to see how your OG performance translates on the test.
Mark Sullivan | Manhattan GMAT Instructor | Seattle, WA
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