A 670 on a first practice test is an excellent starting point. People have stated MGMAT math tends to be harder than the real thing, you should be on point for scoring very well on the real test.
Your verbal struggles are quite common among the people who visit this forum.
For SC, the book people recommend most is the MGMAT SC
For DS, you need to have a strong overview of quant. Remember, for DS the answer options need to be able to answer yes or no. If you can say with certainty the answer option is "no", then it is sufficent.
For RC, there are a number of things that work for people. Consult the debriefs and the verbal book thread to resolve your weakness.
Best Quant Books (for you, only DS):best-gmat-math-prep-books-reviews-recommendations-77291.html
Best Verbal Books (RC and SC):best-gmat-verbal-prep-books-reviews-recommendations-78094.html
If you are diligent with your prep, self studying should not be a problem.
Some other threads of interest:gmat-study-plan-go-from-650-to-80235.htmlgmat-study-plan-for-gmat-novices-start-your-gmat-journey-80727.html
Let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.
I just started with my GMAT preparation
took the free MGMAT 1: 670 (Q:48, V33)
i did bad in SC, DS and RC.....especially in DS i did lot of careless mistakes...SC and RC have been my weak areas always..
i am planning to give GMAT in Dec end....not taking any prep course as i am self motivated enough to spend couple of hours everyday after work and more on weekends..
any suggesstions or comments??
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