You are welcome. Your Quant is pretty solid but there is no reason why you can't push it up to a 49 or so with GMATClub tests
. That would get you to 600+. For verbal there is much more territory to cover. A few things:
1. Focus on the low hanging fruit (the easy wins). For most people sentence correction is the easiest question type to improve on. MGMAT guide is very comprehensive so while it has most of the information that you need it is very dense and has a lot of information that you will not need. You could still use it although I would start with one the more condensed guides created by users on this forum.
I don't have direct links for those but they are easy to find.
2. For reading comprehension and critical reasoning identify your strengths and weaknesses. Develop your test instincts and get expert at process of elimination.
You want to make high percentage choices.
You have a lot of points to recover in verbal. You can still get many questions wrong and improve your score a whole bunch. Half of this battle is learning content but the other half will be developing test strategies for process of elimination and moving on (timing). Some resources for verbal:
The Verbal review 2nd edition
Question Pack 1
9 GMAT Paper Tests
Let me know if you need more advice on this.
PS: As you study keep an error log
of difficult questions/questions you got wrong so that you can review them and the associated content areas. This is critical.
"It is a curious property of research activity that after the problem has been solved the solution seems obvious. This is true not only for those who have not previously been acquainted with the problem, but also for those who have worked over it for years." -Dr. Edwin Land
GMAT Sample Questions to assess your GMAT Quant.
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IMPROVE YOUR READING COMPREHENSION with the ECONOMIST READING COMPREHENSION CHALLENGE:
Here is the first set along with some strategies for approaching this work: http://gmatclub.com/forum/the-economist-reading-comprehension-challenge-151479.html