Thank You @Oasis GC and @Gyan One for your replies.
I will plan on retaking my GMAT and post my admission questions later in the right section next time...
But can any one of you answer some of my questions below?
As you look at my score, Verbal is the place where I scored less(V-31). I'm sure I'm good at English but I realised that I didn't reach the GMAT quality.
a good course to consider for Verbal? I did read Manhattan GMAT books
and found them quite good.I tried applying all techniques and strategies mentioned (like for the CR and RC).Now, I'm confused on what strategy to use to beat the verbal and what extra should I do to score more?
Also, in my practice tests, I realised if I do good in SC and CR but bad in RC it badly affected my scores. Is this true that we have to be solid in all the three(SC,RC and CR) to get a great verbal score?
is a good option for verbal, you may read the reviews of e-gmat
at the reviews section and can try their free trial.MGMAT books
are again great. If you think you are weak at verbal, you can try another approach for verbal and e-gmat
should be good options. The best part is that these two courses come with money back gurantee (please double check this point) if you are retaking gmat.
Your performance across all three areas have to be solid for good GMAT Verbal score, you can not ignore RC and just focus on other two - this is an adaptive test, so your efficiency in all three is required (thought the competence across three may differ)
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