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Two unsuccessful attempts in the Verbal section....Urgent!! [#permalink]
04 Oct 2012, 09:20
I have appeared for the GMAT twice in the last 2 months, and have managed to score well on Quant ( 47 and 48) however my performance in the Verbal section was poor ( 28 and 28). Overall score was 610 and 640.
I will attempt for the third time as I am determined to score over 700. When I introspect about my knowledge on verbal, I feel that I know each of the sections partially which eventually leads to an average performance. If given a test, i will score atleast 50% of the questions correctly, but the errors will be in all the 3 sections. So, neither of the sections is my strength nor is my weakness.
As I will reappear after a month, probably in the first week of Nov, I need a strong guidance on how should I prepare to take my verbal score beyond 38+.
As I have given the GMAT today, I will commence my prep from tomm while I let my mind to ease and refocus. Request you all to please guide me in this endeavor.
Re: Two unsuccessful attempts in the Verbal section....Urgent!! [#permalink]
04 Oct 2012, 22:42
Check out the how to start gmat preperatiosn link in my signature. SC : Try to spend a quality time on Thursdays with Ron (Link in my signature) CR : Powersxcore CR bible RC: Thursdays with Ron and try to do more of simple Rcs to boost your confidence. Check out the two strategies which i talk about in "how tos tart gmat prep" link.
Also, make a error log to track your weakness and progress.