Arjsingh, verbal is lots of familiarity with the (GMAT) language standard. Actually reading mags like economist
uses language that may not be standard in the GMAT. I would suggest getting some verbal practice (OG Verbal
But hang in there bud, Verbal is really quite tough. Not like quant where you can pretty much work it out, and be convinced of hte answer in a fair amt of time. WIth verb, you gotta keep reading and reading, and very importantly, even for the correct choices you made, you gotta find out why the wrong ones were wrong.
I just did the GMAT Prep too. Got 690 (Q46, V38) on PP1. Actual test on 1 nov.
I'm aiming for a 650 on the actual. From your experience, you figure this is fairly indicative?