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I have been preparing for gmat for last two years till April of this year, and given two attempts however my score hovered between 600-650. A major reason for this is verbal where I got less than V30 in both exams. I want my verbal to be over V36 and if possible over V 40. I was mostly using OGs manhattan and powwrscore books for preparation. Now I want to try out a different approach and I am thinking of going for egmat course since heard a lot about it. So wanted to know if the online prep course would be fine rather than verbal live prep?? Also would the quant scholoranium be also included in online verbal prep course since I just want to take the quizzes for quant and focus on content for verbal. My weak areas are RC and CR

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I have been preparing for gmat for last two years till April of this year, and given two attempts however my score hovered between 600-650. A major reason for this is verbal where I got less than V30 in both exams. I want my verbal to be over V36 and if possible over V 40. I was mostly using OGs manhattan and powwrscore books for preparation. Now I want to try out a different approach and I am thinking of going for egmat course since heard a lot about it. So wanted to know if the online prep course would be fine rather than verbal live prep?? Also would the quant scholoranium be also included in online verbal prep course since I just want to take the quizzes for quant and focus on content for verbal. My weak areas are RC and CR

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I have done both Verbal online and Verbal liveprep. I would suggest liveprep if you can afford it. I learned a lot though liveprep from seeing an expert's approach to solving the problem. Don't take my word for it. Attend a few free webinars and see for yourself which makes the best ROI for you.

I don't think Quant scholaranium is included in the Verbal course.
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