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Verbal help need new material [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2006, 06:44
Guys i see lots of material for Math e-books , text books manhattan books etc.

Can you suggest any thing different other than the usual suspects kaplan / Princeton / Arcos for Verbal

I took GMAT got 640 last year i am BACK!! i want to get to the 700 club and i am not doing so good in verbal and i need to improve on that.

any websites or material which i can purchase would be helpful.

Also is it good to studay Verbal / Quant simulataneously or seprately.

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 [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2006, 08:46
The ones you mentioned are probably the best sources for verbal material (especially PR). Some say that Manhattan Review does a good job explaining SC, I think they have a specific SC work book. The only way to get good at sentence correction is by doing hundreds of problems and thoroughly reviewing mistakes.

As far as reading comp., some people recommend practicing with LSAT passages. I have never tried this, but given that these passages are generally much longer than GMAT passages, I am sure it will help build up stamina and ability to stay focused.

Recently someone published a number of verbal questions, look under the verbal section.

With all this you should have plenty of study material.

As far as studying simultaneously vs. seperate, I don't think there is any right way to do it. It's whatever works for you. It's important that you maintain a balance and that you don't overemphasize one thing too much while neglecting to study another. Good luck.
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 [#permalink] New post 31 Mar 2006, 11:11
thanks for the input

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