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# Need Help to Improve from 660 to 700+

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Hi friends,

I scored 660 in my GMAT first attempt ( q49 , v31 ).. Not much of intensive preparation, just used OG 12 and MGMAT SC. I was rejected in all four colleges that i applied to
Now am preparing to take GMAT again in another 40 days. Its been a while since i joined this forum and I found it extremly useful. Thanks to many useful posts.

As I started preparing, I found my verbal section to be weak. I enrolled in a training institute and i din't see much changes to my accuracy level in verbal. I have recently enrolled in e-GMAT verbal live. I think e-GMAT is really good. I din't finish my modules yet, but do you guys think e-GMAt alone is enough for a solid verbal score.?
Also, I want to improve my Quant score to 50/51. Sometimes, I find few questions posted in our forum to be very diffficult. I could barely even make a guess. Question to guys who have 50+ quant score: Do you guys think GMAT really focuses on extreme difficult questions? Can you guys share your advice on how to improve my quant score?

This is my first topic. If any rules violated, my apologies.
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GMAT 1: 570 Q49 V19
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31 Aug 2012, 04:46
HI,

For Verbal.. specially SC and RC check out thursdays with Ron videos... (link in my signature)

For Quant I have written a post
how-to-improve-quant-score-137975.html

Hope it helps!
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GMAT 1: 660 Q49 V31
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31 Aug 2012, 09:08
Hi nktdotgupta,

Thanks for your suggestions. I see we share a much similar profile. Happy to see
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04 Dec 2013, 08:42
mgmat would do the trick :D
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