Thanks for the reply.
When i used to give mock tests i never wrote any essays, i used to skip that part and go directly to the quant. section. Maybe that was the problem.
Any suggestions about how to increase to my verbal score.
hey, I sort of lost track of time for a while and some messages got lost.
I just ran across your message as I was reviewing and catching up with posts. I saw you were irritated after nobody replied...
It happens... but the worst is not to ask the question at all.
GMAT is very exhausting - it is long and keeps one nervous. I was as good as dead after mine.
Anyway, I think the best use of your time is to read - to try to get used to long passages and be able to stay focused. This was my main problem - I lost any attention and did not even try to finish reading the passsages - it did nto make sense anyway, so why bother? This was my approach on several pracrtice test, but then I decided this was stupid and I had to actually READ things to answer the questions. I got a bunch of fiction. I tried reading philosophy, history, and the Bible, but that was not effective - I did not have an urge to continue reading any of these things, so instead I got some fiction. I have a list of Hard/Average books to read on this site. Check them out. I won't comment much, but Henry James can fry some brain.