I wouldn't worry about that, just keep improving.
The problem is when I know that I have improved enough.
For example, for the Quant section, you can tell me how are you performing (number of answers correct) in the different sources, and I can predict your scaled score, because I do know how well you have to be prepared in order to crack it.
However, I cannot do the same analysis for the verbal section, and that is why I am asking for some insight for those of you who have already crack that verbal monster. (For example, the answer I am expecting for you is something like: "until you don't get a 90% of answers correct in LSAT reading passages, in less than 2 mins per question, you are not going to crack the GMAT...". Obviously it depends on each person, but your guidelines are also very valuable).
I got it noboru what you are trying to say.Your case quant is not a problem but that does not mean you leave it totally.Since you know your verbal range,i feel the best thing is along with your practice in these forums,try to analyse the questions why they are wrong or correct.The OG explanations etc provided few are left,say OG 10
if you remember all questions of OG 12
.Manhattan Verbal Study companion is a great book for verbal.I would recommend as my SC,CR improved.Regarding RC,i feel without practice,it cannot be improved.May be you can take 2 Rc passages per day from LSAT,OG etc.Night before you go to bed,read articles from nytimes.com,nationalgeographic etc wall street journal.When you read,give both the structure,usage as well as the understanding for RC.I am sure you will improve and would come to know when is the right time to give it a shot and become a member of 700 +
Do you know what I mean?