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So Ive been searching this site and am glad to see that other people are also having the same problem.What additional material is to be used for raising verbal score?ESPECIALLY RC's
OG11:First preference definetly and then maybe OG verbal(which overlaps a bit)
3000 RC's I recall is NOT to be used as suggested by various people.
LSAT material:Now this is something which everyone has an opinion upon.Some say to saty away as the exam formats are diffrent while some say that it's great practise material.Can somebody please clarify?And if you have a positive opinion please be kind enough to name the book so we can go hunt for it.

Anybody has a last word on this?The problem remains:(

p.s:I am from India and for the CAT exam various RC's books(nice ones) are available.Highly recommended.But I somehow have this view that doing it from a book is different than reading RC's from a computer screen.Is this true?
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1. Manhattan GMAT RC

2. GRE Prep for RC from Princeton Review
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3. Fiction
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4. People do use LSAT if they run out of practice questions.
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