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An advise for all non natives regarding verbal.

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I advise all non natives who are getting a v (34-38) in mocks to not give the exam before you cross 40. The reason is you can get a 700 with a 50 35 but the range from 33-37 is a very dicey or risky range as your concepts are good but not great. For a non native during test day pressure can drop your score to 28-32 leading to a 620-660 . When you are getting a 42-43 your concepts are soo solid that you won't slip below 40. Make your verbal solid like math when you are confident to that level then give your gmat.i had a 540 in my first attempt had fever and personal problems. Second attempt 640(q50v27) though was getting 700( around q49-50 and v34-36) in my mocks even before the first attempt. Finally i thought let me demolish english. I improved in verbal from 34 to 42-43 I got a 720 in my 3rd attempt q49v40 . I had to guess the last 4 in verbal due to time crunch or else would have a 750 and a v42. So you see i faced pressure and even had to guess but still was solid

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To improve from a 34-35 to a 42-43 i used the e-gmat . It is the best course for verbal according to me. Especially the scholaranium

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To improve from a 34-35 to a 42-43 i used the e-gmat . It is the best course for verbal according to me. Especially the scholaranium


Congratulations on getting a great score!! Which course did you enroll at e-gmat? Did you use the Verbal Live Prep or the Verbal Online?
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New post 12 Sep 2017, 19:00
Thanks for the advice.
Though early preparation and also materials used for practice, say CR and RC are also very important.

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