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I have been taking practice test (Manhattan review) every week for the past 2 months and I have a pretty good idea what I need to be studying my last month before I take my GMAT. I get anywhere from a 42-45 on my Quantitative but only a 24-30 on my Verbal section.

I have read all the sections and done the practice problems (including understanding my mistakes and making sure I understand everything) on:
1. Kaplan Premier Program 2009 Edition
2. Manhattan Review: Verbal Study Guide
3. Princton Review Cracking the GMAT 2009
4. GMAT Review 11th Edition: The Official Guide

I feel like I am capable of doing well on this section (at least 35-40), but I think I may need a little help. Are there anyways that I can really nip this thing.

On my last practice I got 8/14 on Reading Comp, 7/15 on Sentence Correction, and 8/12 on Critical Reasoning.

Normally I do much better on Sentence Correction than I did on this attempt, but I still need to do better. Critical Reasoning is my strongest part of the Verbal, and I have some issues with the "harder" Reading Comprehension questions.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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