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hi experts,

Let me know the best de-briefs on verbal to read.


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Hi kj1993,

If you read enough debriefs, you'll almost certainly come across someone who's used each of the possible Verbal study resources on the market - as well as some broad advice that's simplified to a couple of sentences. However, since I assume that your goal is to significantly improve your Verbal Scaled Score, you'll have to do far more than just read a bunch of debriefs - you'll have to focus on developing specific skills for the Verbal section.

Before I can offer you any advice on how to hone those types of skills, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

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1) How long have you studied? How many hours do you typically study each week?
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3) On what dates did you take EACH of your CATs and how did you score on EACH (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for EACH)?

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4) What is your overall goal score?
5) When are you planning to take the GMAT?
6) When are you planning to apply to Business School?
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Figure it out dude. It should not be hard to find them.

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Hi kj1993,

Are you also looking for some advice on how to improve your verbal skills?
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kj1993 wrote:


Do you think experts are just sitting there waiting to post at the requests of everybody who is too lazy to search through the forums or spend a few minutes to understand how tags work?

I would generally ignore posts like these but come on man. Have some respect for other people’s time. Rich was kind enough to give you a really insightful response and your ungrateful butt still decided to spam the thread with the same lame request you started this with.

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Sorry for not replying right away - I have been busy with other less important tasks and have completely overlooked this urgent request. I think this one has to be the best for verbal: https://gmatclub.com/forum/790-with-1-w ... 99698.html

As you can see, the user scored 790 with just a week of studying using a very tricky secret strategy that no book dares to mention because it is so effective. It is what only the most hardcore experts use to score high on the GMAT.
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kj1993 wrote:


Do you think experts are just sitting there waiting to post at the requests of everybody who is too lazy to search through the forums or spend a few minutes to understand how tags work?

I would generally ignore posts like these but come on man. Have some respect for other people’s time. Rich was kind enough to give you a really insightful response and your ungrateful butt still decided to spam the thread with the same lame request you started this with.

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I’m guessing you wouldn’t know what that means so here you go.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.urband ... F&amp=true

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Hey there,

i have been active on forum for quite a while...i did some research on my own but couldn't come across something meaningful... apologies for not mentioning it... the club got a tons of material to find best of it so thought its better to take experts advice ......
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Sorry for not replying right away - I have been busy with other less important tasks and have completely overlooked this urgent request. I think this one has to be the best for verbal: https://gmatclub.com/forum/790-with-1-w ... 99698.html

As you can see, the user scored 790 with just a week of studying using a very tricky secret strategy that no book dares to mention because it is so effective. It is what only the most hardcore experts use to score high on the GMAT.



A link to useful debrief would have helped ... which would have taken the same time.. but thanks anyways!!
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