Am not a verbal guy so my advice might not be so helpful to you, but still i will try sharing my thoughts!
Refer powerscore CR
bible(which i had referred too!): Once you are done with reading the CR argument, are you able to predict what kind of question is going to come and what will be the possible answer? (I was able to do those things once i was done with powerscore CR
Also, did you try grockit for practice? It helps a lot in improving the speed. And am very sure that once you are with powerscore then you can get almost all CR questions correct.
Did you try reading articles from following siteshttp://www.smithsonianmag.com/http://www.scientificamerican.com/http://www.economist.com/
You can try RC99 but its hard questions are really hard!
Did you try Thursdays with Ron?
I will suggest you to maintain a error log
and follow study-practice-study cycle. Error log
might looks something like
Prepare a xls sheet (topic by topic).. and keep a track of your progress on a daily basis. Use color coding (Red,Orange,Green).
Red: You are weak in theory - brush up your concepts.
Orange - Done with theory but weak in application of the concepts
Green - Done with the topic
Good Luck with your prep!
hi nktdotgupta, how are you?
all over your suggestion and guidance are best among all's.
thanks a lot for inspiring persons like this one and me.
you really deserve for your position.
can you please tell me how you raised your verbal score from 19 to 31?
what sources are needed for this?
how much time needs to par with this?
i used og-10,11,12,13, and 2nd edition
verbal & math test paper question sets 1-30 sets.
gmatprep questions and gmatprep question pack 1
but my verbal score is 18 two times in my exam.
how can i raise verbal score to 30+?
plz tell me your pattern if possible.