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Re-take the GMAT [#permalink] New post 13 May 2006, 11:32
Hi,
I took the GMAT last week and I got 610. My quantitative scaled score was
47--> 82% and my verbal was 27--> 46%
Any ideas how to prepare again for this exam
Thanks
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 [#permalink] New post 13 May 2006, 11:43
You obviously need to brush up on verbal. What source did you use for verbals? make sure you use OG10 or 11, PR and 1000 questions on SC/CR/RC available on these forums here.

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 [#permalink] New post 14 May 2006, 15:59
Is English your first language? If not I would consider an English tutor.

If it's not, then you can probably improve on your own with steady prep, or with a GMAT tutor just for verbal. I agree on PR (Princeton Review) for verbal...the strategies are dead-on and their practice test questions are accurate, very much like the real thing.

I have not used Manhattan's guides (I am better at verbal than quant) but have read good things especially about the Sentence Correction guide.

Ooh -- another book that is good for verbal is called Grammar Smart. If covers the most common grammar issues in the English language. It's a keeper for essays too.
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