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Hey ,

i gave GMAT in nov 2011 and got a 570. That time i had not given many practice tests , which i thought was a major fault. However , i am reappearing for it on 3rd oct 2012. But after giving atleast 8 tests and complete practice , i am still unable to increase my score from 570.

i have given Power Prep , Gmat Prep1, 800 scores, completed OG , extra material as well. i dont know what should i do more to improve it. What is it that is required to increase it? . i get quant-40-49 but verbal is stuck between 22-29.

Please help with your suggestions as i do not have much time.

Thank you
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Re: URGENT HELP!!/ NEED to improve score! [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2012, 20:05
haritika wrote:
Hey ,

i gave GMAT in nov 2011 and got a 570. That time i had not given many practice tests , which i thought was a major fault. However , i am reappearing for it on 3rd oct 2012. But after giving atleast 8 tests and complete practice , i am still unable to increase my score from 570.

i have given Power Prep , Gmat Prep1, 800 scores, completed OG , extra material as well. i dont know what should i do more to improve it. What is it that is required to increase it? . i get quant-40-49 but verbal is stuck between 22-29.

Please help with your suggestions as i do not have much time.

Thank you


Hi haritika
I suggest to check out the e-gmat Verbal course. Today there is a free session on CR prethinking from e-gmat. Or just log in in e-gmat and check the free tutorials. if u like u can go for the verbal live prep course.
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