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Study plan help! [#permalink] New post 05 Jan 2014, 10:01
Hi team i have been scoring close to the 600 with 44q and 28v splits my aim is to get 700... Obviously i need a lot of help on verbal.. I was thinking of hiring a private tutor from manhattan but considering i am very low in verbal i decided to increase my verbal score to the mid 30's first. I have been doing research on verbal courses and found that egmat is the best for non natives. I wanted to ask you the following:
1) do you recommend specific help on verbal given i am getting a ver low score, and more specific do you recommend emat for non native? If mot what other verbal course or strategy would you recommend?
2) what should i do on quant? I finished mgmat self prep and i think i will review by weaknesses , over all i think i might be ok with the mgmat course materials...

I have like a 30 day plan I'm which i need to improve both quant and verbal... Verbal needs much more help so thats why i was thinking the egmat course. And on quant i will review my work. Any recommendations or comments?


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Re: Study plan help! [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2014, 05:34
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Hi Olomam,

For your needs regarding verbal and quant, I would be glad to help. Your aim for 700 is completely achievable. I can event Skype if it is good with you. As a veteran Admissions Consultant with a 750 GMAT score, I have 7 years of teaching experience, a Rotman MBA, and a career in Banking. My services are targeted to professionals committed to taking their career to the next level.

I have been trained at, and have worked for two major test prep institutions, and have taught hundreds of satisfied students in Canada, the US, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. I have helped students get into Ivy League and top European MBA programs.

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Re: Study plan help! [#permalink] New post 08 Jan 2014, 09:38
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Hi there Olomam,

You are starting off with a great base score but you indeed have a ways to go to reach your goal. Our online course is flexible to you can study when you want, and we offer a 50+ score improvement guarantee. Check us out with a free 7-day trial at:

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