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05 Jul 2013, 05:32
Hi all

I am stuck in the zone of Q30 to Q32 and wonder how I can improve it? I know it is the pressure of tine and some silly mistakes so should it be more OF practices or more of mock exams?

I know my verbal wouldn't improve much since english isn't my 1st language and I am not so bad with verbal in the region of V31.

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05 Jul 2013, 05:38
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Hi all

I am stuck in the zone of Q30 to Q32 and wonder how I can improve it? I know it is the pressure of tine and some silly mistakes so should it be more OF practices or more of mock exams?

I know my verbal wouldn't improve much since english isn't my 1st language and I am not so bad with verbal in the region of V31.

Thanks

HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR QUANT SCORE (chapter 8)
HOW TO SPEED UP (chapter 9).

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I think you can definitely improve. I started with a Q34 and have improved to Q40 using the manhattan books. I am trying to raise it to Q47+.

It takes time, but it's definitely possible
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10 Jul 2013, 02:13
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I think you can definitely improve. I started with a Q34 and have improved to Q40 using the manhattan books. I am trying to raise it to Q47+.

It takes time, but it's definitely possible

Yes, I think I can do it if I have enough time, My exam next week and then I have to inform the school of my result to start this September. If I do not get 650 I will have Only one more chance next month. :/
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10 Jul 2013, 02:13
okay wrote:
I think you can definitely improve. I started with a Q34 and have improved to Q40 using the manhattan books. I am trying to raise it to Q47+.

It takes time, but it's definitely possible

Yes, I think I can do it if I have enough time, My exam next week and then I have to inform the school of my result to start this September. If I do not get 650 I will have Only one more chance next month. :/
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26 Jul 2016, 23:12
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