I do have a serious problem on the SC side. I am going to take the test in 2 weeks . As of now, my scores on Kaplan
are about 560-580, Princeton about 620-640 and times higher.
I have already completed OG about 1.5 times and in practice sessions in which I take about 40 questions and practice consistently these are the types of scores that I am getting
RC - 40Q - 35 R ( right )
CR - 40Q- 36 R
SC - 40Q - 29 R sometimes even lesser but never less than 26/27.
Going by the above , if i perform average on D day , I would get hit seriously by the low SC scores.
Any thoughts on how bad it can get. I am just trying to see how all of you guys are performing in practice sessions.
You know that you can estimate your score here, right?
http://www.gmatclub.com/content/resourc ... /index.php
Unfortunately, I was always strong in grammar as it is just a bunch of rules that can be learnt and don't require any creativity, sort of like math. I hope I am not offending anyone, as I referring to gmat math
I used a book that has been out of print for a long time.
Most often, the basics are the main reason for mistakes. You seem to have a good grip on the stats on SC. I recommend figuring out the main problem areas and specifically, making sure you don't make mistakes on the same question again. Take a practice section with just the questions you got wrong and see how you "understood" your mistakes there and what is still lacking.
I wish I had a good Grammar book in mind
I know this site is not bad:
Also check the links section , Verbal GMAT
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