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Maintaining and Surpassing 93rd Percentile for Second Test [#permalink]
03 Apr 2014, 16:58
I took the GMAT for the first time this past December; my results were: Verbal: 41/93%, Quant: 47/70%, OVERALL: 710/92%. I am planning to take the test again in about two months on May 24th. I am spending the majority of my studying time focusing on the quantitative section.
I am having some trouble figuring out how to effectively study Verbal, so that I make sure I maintain my high score - if not push it into 95%+. Does anyone have any tips on how to study Verbal effectively when you're trying to maintain a good score and/or push it by a few percentile points near the top? For the most part, I have just been doing and reviewing difficult practice problems, but I fear that's not enough.
I really appreciate any and all feedback! Thank you in advance.