In order to increase my chances to get a very high score, which is very much needed because my Undergraduate GPA is Low and I mean Low like B-/C+, so I bought some books... you name is Kaplan
GMAT Premier, GMAT 800
, Verbal Workbook, Manhattan Advanced Quant and more.....but my weakness is in the Verbal section from my past attempts (including one chicken out) and practice / mock exams. I am at 77 percentile in Quant but below 50 percentile in Verbal
The worst is Reading Comp. (which I hate the most -
, Sentence Correction and Critical Reasoning are equally bad. I need some help, so which school is better? Kaplan
Appreciate all your help.....
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If books are not helping you, you probably need a mentor. Sometimes, people can add immense value in a 2 min conversation by pointing out something critical that you have been blind to all along. This reminds me of a very old incident. I was 12 and rifle shooting workouts were being held at my school to shortlist people for an National Cadet Corps camp. I really wanted to go for it and was trying very hard to shoot straight but things were not working out. I tried 10 different things but my shots were shooting everything but the target. On the day of the last workout, I sneaked my way in (since I wasn't doing well and everyone knew I won't make the cut) to try one last time. Before my turn, I saw one of the instructors standing there so I just went up to him and told him that I wasn't shooting well. He told me casually that there was nothing to it and all I had to do was look at the small stub through the little oval cut and aim the stub at the target. He held his rifle up and showed me what to look at from where. Honestly, I was the best shooter that day and needless to say, I had a ball at the camp. He taught me one fundamental thing about how the rifles work and thereafter, it all made sense. Sometimes, we find it hard to put our finger on the fundamentals - a mentor could point it out to us.
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