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Shadows, for comparison purposes, what LSAT scores were you averaging in practice?
hmm... i remember being in the mid - high 160s when i was studying back then
Also, did you feel MGMAT Verbal was representative of the real thing? I'm coming from studying for the LSAT and I find OG Verbal CR/RC clearly has 1 right answer and MGMAT Verbal CR/RC does not--usually 2 answers are both pretty good contenders.
i found the MGMAT CR and RC questions (from the full length exams) to be pretty representative of the actual GMAT. this is in contrast to the MGMAT math questions, which were way tougher than the actual GMAT math questions
Query about Verbal tough CRs and tough inference based RC questions: I was consistently scoring in late30s/40 in the MGMAT tests but in the real GMAT scored just 34(V). I had a tough time with CR. I generally loose focus and confidence in tough CRs and inference based RC questions and that's exactly what happened in the GMAT. Please suggest me to improve my verbal score as my exam is just 3 weeks from now.
This is great. I'm trying to find more instances of people getting V50-51. I'm stuck at 45. How does one break through? In my case, I've completed almost every OG Verbal problem (from OG12, 13, and V2) and got 90% correct in each of CR, RC, and SC.