I agree with the above I wouldn't really spend that much time focusing on the quant portion as your scores are fairly decent. I think you should spend some time working to up your verbal score. Maybe go through the MGAT SC book or spend some quality time at the verbal forum
Thanks for the reply.
I should say that my score have been consistently above 30 only because of the SC section.
My least in SC was 9/15 and mac was 12/15. I read Manhattan SC twice.
I see more fluctuations in CR and RC.
Can you plz help me on these two things.
Considering that you are strong in Quant, CR should be intuitive to you. It is closest to Quant, very mathematical, very logical! For each type of question, there are specific guidelines that you need to keep in mind and you will not make a mistake e.g. remember that in strengthen/ weaken questions, you have to strengthen/weaken the conclusion of the stimulus. In inference questions, your correct option cannot have any new information etc
For examples, check out these posts:
Reading and practicing some good passages should help you sail through RC. Check out Veritas
CR and RC books; you will definitely see improvement.
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