If you haven't used the Manhattan GMAT
verbal books, get them.
I think most will agree that if you are really after hardcore verbal practice - you will want to get the LSAT materials
- clubbers who have used them (either in the past for actual LSAT purposes or intentionally for GMAT purposes) have achieved remarkable results ( example: V50
I haven't gotten the GMATClub tests
yet (I intend to), but from what I hear, they provide you with good 700+ practice questions (one of the toughest question/test packs from what I hear).
More:Usefulness of LSAT books & materials?LSAT for GMAT : GMATReview of Powerscore's LSAT RC Bible : GMAT Reading Comprehension (RC)Even more here
I hope this helps.
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