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Advice for studying 60 days to the GMAT, focusing on Verbal

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Hi everyone,

I took the GMAT once a few months ago, and did not achieve a grade I'm satisfied with. I was stressed on the test day and scored below all my expected grades of around 650-680 (I got 600).
I plan on taking the GMAT again in early December, and want to study for the upcoming 2 months, mostly focusing on the verbal section. This time the goal is 720-730, and I know this can be done successfully !

Before taking the first test, I took the Kaplan on-demand course, which was decent but not very good. I don't mind taking another course but don't want to spend precious time on math. I can study by my own if necessary.

I'd be happy to get your advice on the best approach, including courses and self-study material, in order to meet my goal.
Thank you !

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Hi. You can take a look at this post: how-to-improve-verbal-from-v30-to-v40-142361.html

You can also look into e-GMAT: http://gmatclub.com/blog/courses/e-gmat ... upon-code/
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