Can anybody help? im a non-native and my strongest weakness is Verbal.
I like the way you put it - strongest weakness!!!
At this point, the first thing to do is to take inventory of your current position. I would do that by comparing the Manhattan Scores with the actual GMAT score. Was your GMAT score higher than, lower than or equal to the most recent Manhattan CAT!?
If they are not in line with each other, try and think of possible reasons to explain the disparity between the two scores.
You've covered a lot of material but how much have you learned from them? Go through this article:http://www.manhattangmat.com/articles/7 ... erence.cfm
At the end, there are links to 6 articles explaining how to analyze a practice problem properly!
You must make it a point to learn as much as you can from each problem that you do.
The process explained in the article may take time. But remember - you have to slow down now so that you can speed up later
Hello there, thx a lot for your response. i see you retook Gmat and improved the score with magic 7. May i kindly ask what did you do ? what made the difference in your 2nd round ? what made your score improve?