Hello fellow mates.
I need some help from all the smart people in this blog.
I've been studying for about 2 months now and I am REALLY FRUSTRATED with my verbal score.
FYI: I am not a native speaker but very fluent in English
3-4 days a week studying 2 hours a day after work
3-4 hours a day on Saturday or Sunday
I've only spent 10% of the studying Math (Data sufficiency focused)
Of the 90% of the time I've spent on studying verbal, I've finished reviewing OG 11th, Manhattan SC
, RC, CR books and the Princeton Verbal Guide.
My 3 GMAT Prep CAT scores:
Quant 44, Verbal 22 => Total of 550 (Taken before reviewing the study guides)
Quant 40, Verbal 22 => Total of 500 (Taken after reviewing OG 11th)
Quant 42, Verbal 21 => Total of 530 (Taken after reviewing Manhattan and Princeton study guides)
I find that I am getting killed in RC and CR sections. (SC was not too bad).
Regarding Math: I feel that if I spend more time on it, I am confident that I can achieve 47+ score.
Now, is anyone else experiencing the same difficulty in Verbal section?
If so, how did you remedy the situation?
It's really frustrating because I need high 600s to get into school of my choice.
Can somebody help? share their verbal study experience?
In need of help (Sigh)...