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how to improve Score in verbal [#permalink] New post 05 Jul 2007, 11:57
I have been trying hard to work on improving this and still did not get good score in verbal. Inspite of the fact that i had been scoring an average of 35 to 39 in verbal at home.
I strongly believe its more of time management and ones strategy to get around 39 or 40.
Can somebody help me by discussing this time management issue and any strategy in solving verbal section
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On good verbal [#permalink] New post 16 Jul 2007, 05:30
From what most people say on this forum Manhattan gmat prep popped their scores.I think getting their material and spidey,s notes is the way to go.
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 [#permalink] New post 16 Jul 2007, 09:37
I know this has been stressed before but repetition is essential. If you go through a bunch of CRs and analyze the stimulii it becomes easier to spot the conclusion, supporting evidence, and come up with the underlying assumption. This saves a ton of time when evaluating answer choices. The same goes for SC, if you have a checklist that allows you to quickly evaluate sentences you can narrow down your focus, and discard wrong answer choices more quickly. The MGMAT SC book really does a good job of outlining the process.
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