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i don't know what to do [#permalink] New post 20 Oct 2003, 11:34
i don't know what to say , i'm very very disapointed. i got 44 on math and 13 on verbal. i wanted to get 700 but ended up with 470. my verbal sucks. i'm inetranational studet. i don't give uo but if you guys suggest me what to do cause i really want to do about 700. my scores are, 400 , then 360, and today 470. i'm doing pretty well on math but very bad on verbal. i hope that i can get about 50 on math and then about 40 on verbal. but i don't know what to do. :help2 [/i]
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Oct 2003, 16:57
The first thing I would do is stop studying specifically for the GMAT and start reading as much as you can.

Find some good novels and well written books. I believe there are many suggestions on this site somewhere. I really believe the reason I was able to improve from a 34 in verbal to a 45 is because of all the reading and writing I was able to do in the 2 years between my exams. Keep reading everything you can get your hands on.

Also, be diligent when writing and speaking. If you don't know the proper way to phrase a thought, ask for help or look it up. Don't just make something up. For example, look at your post. It's filled with mistakes. Don't settle for imperfect writing or speech.

After a couple of years learning the language, come back to studying for the GMAT and I guarantee you'll score higher than a 13 on verbal.

It's going to take a lot of time, but it can be done. Imagine the compelling b-school essay it would make if you went from a 13 to a 40! Good luck.
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Oct 2003, 19:23
thank you very much for your suggestions. i really hope that i can get higher than that. i want to go to hbs, i love the case study and i have so many things around me. i really like this site and probably will be here until my cool 700 on the gamn gmat.
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