I read in a Princeton Review verbal
book the following quote: "If the Verbal Section gives you a lot of trouble, you might be better off spending the first hour on half of the questions and answering the rest with some preordained answer choice of the day, like "D"."
On PR practice tests, I score b/w 30-36 on Verbal but in two official GMAT tests, I have scored 28 and 25. I desperately need to get this score up for obvious reasons. What do you all think about the above quote? I take the test one more time at the end of Feb before the final submission deadline for applications and would love some ideas on how to better my verbal score.
Thanks so much. This forum has helped me already in many ways already!