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New post 25 Jul 2013, 07:52
I just finished my first practice test using GMAT Prep Software.

Here are the score details:
Quant - 47
Verbal - 23
Score - 570 (I have prepared for sometime. Not starting fresh)

My background. I am an engineer working in IT environment and I am targetting a score of 730 - 750. If I Increase my Quant to 50 and verbal to 40 I would be in my target GMAT Score range.I have to increase around 3-4 points in Quant and around 17-19 points in verbal.

What would be the best startegy to achieve this. I am planning to work on more practice problems and take more practce tests for quant so that I can increase 3-4 points with my practice. For Verbal I want start evrything from fresh. Spend 3-4 weeks on learning basics and take practice tests later. I have enrolled in e-GMAT verbal live course. For Quant I am refering MGMAT Math foundation books.

Would this be a right approach? any suggestions/recommendataions please.
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