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how to take verbal score from 22 to 44

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how to take verbal score from 22 to 44 [#permalink] New post 26 Jul 2010, 04:16
what are the exams to give in gmat retake?
1 already exhausted 6(Manhattan test)
2 4 kaplan test
3 25 gmat club test
4 1 knewton test

what are the test to give to increase the verbal to 44
now i am just relaxing after the debacle and reading economist & NW times

please suggest
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Re: how to take verbal score from 22 to 44 [#permalink] New post 26 Jul 2010, 06:59
I have previously seen your posts on the forum and there has been detailed responses to your query about Verbal here. I myself posted a detailed response to your question along with several others who gave you suggestions.

Please pay heed to these suggestions and refrain from posting multiple times about the same topic. If you have further queries, post a reply on the thread itself. And for verbal strategies I suggest reading through the posts in the Verbal forum under each subforum. Or you check out this thread.

Try to find other means of studying. You have the reminder of MGMAT, GMAT Club and if you would like you could purchase additional practice tests from 800score or take a Knewton class. Considering a class would be a wise decision for you since your verbal score is really low.

Thank you.

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