I think nothing is impossible... but from 16 to 40 is a biiiiiiiiig step.
You should start with the basics of English: Grammar.gmat-grammar-ebook-by-gmat-club-free-this-book-will-be-102387.html
And then practice. I used Manhattan GMAT
Strategy Guides: especially the SC Guide helped me a lot!!!best-verbal-gmat-books-120308.html
In addition, you should read English texts: Books, Newspapers, everything academic.
Do you have any information about how you did on each part (SC, CR, RC)?
I do not have the OG Verbal
Book, but I guess it might be helpful and I wish I had it at home... but it is too late for me anyway
I hope to reach V40 tomorrow on my GMAT
(offline until 20th of march because of university exams)
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