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Exam after 3weeks...no improvement what next???

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New post 16 Oct 2018, 09:20
I am good in quant and poor in verbal like many student. I have watched all the @e-gmat videos verbal. My RC improved a lot but then SC and CR has no effect. My concepts are clear with CR I doubt because of lack of practice it has not improved a lot but what’s wrong with SC

I remember all the rules at least almost but why I make wrong choice most of the times? What should I do next to improve it from 20 to 40 range? I have seen many of @e-gmat testimonials. Many of your students have jumped from 20-40 in weeks . I remember neepun was one guy with the same case as me.


I am not comparing myself,all am trying to say is it is possible and you guys definitely knew what’s wrong with people like me ,so am hoping you know what’s wrong with me.


Can you please advice me which approach I should take?
1)revise concepts topicwise and practice quest from og and again check the error and revise the wrong ones
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2) start writing mocks small ones ,do analysis ,get the issue study them again write mock


Pls reply all experts and fellow aspirants

HELP needed

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Hi 3swayam,

I had suggested some steps that you must take in this response - https://gmatclub.com/forum/0-days-left- ... 78653.html. Were you able to check out the Study Plan and follow the steps? Additionally, please write to us support@e-gmat.com using the registered id so that we can check your course data and Scholaranium to guide you accordingly.

Looking forward to your email. Please do reference this post so that we can respond accordingly.

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