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Continue study in verbal or start studying for quant section [#permalink] New post 21 Nov 2012, 09:10
Hello,

After I bombed the test in May I started studying again 2 weeks ago. I have studied for approx. 5-6 hours a day (only in verbal) and managed to raise my verbal score from 22 to 35. I need at least 40 in order to reach my target score.

I was scoring around 37-40 in quant in May but I need at least 47-49.

My question
Should I continue studying for verbal until I reach my target score 40-41 or should I rest for a while on the verbal section and go now to the quant section for 1-2 week?

p.s. I have my exam in December 21st and am able to contribute 5-6 hours of work every day until then
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Re: Continue study in verbal or start studying for quant section [#permalink] New post 21 Nov 2012, 09:22
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arnijon90 wrote:
Hello,

After I bombed the test in May I started studying again 2 weeks ago. I have studied for approx. 5-6 hours a day (only in verbal) and managed to raise my verbal score from 22 to 35. I need at least 40 in order to reach my target score.

I was scoring around 37-40 in quant in May but I need at least 47-49.

My question
Should I continue studying for verbal until I reach my target score 40-41 or should I rest for a while on the verbal section and go now to the quant section for 1-2 week?

p.s. I have my exam in December 21st and am able to contribute 5-6 hours of work every day until then


It's time for you to start working on both simultaneously. Invest 2-3 hrs in Quant and 2-3 in Verbal.
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Re: Continue study in verbal or start studying for quant section   [#permalink] 21 Nov 2012, 09:22
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