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Facing the problem as a non native speaker

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I am planning to take my GMAT in coming September . I took it last time and scored a horrible 460 . I am a non native speaker. So my verbal is very weak . My match is okay though not impressive . I have 100 days left for my next exam . I have taken Knewton course and Knewton tests and have scored between the range of 530 to 570 . I am feeling terrible . I have started reading the Newyork times , Science Daily and some English Literature regularly . I am here to get some suggestions that will help me to set my routines in those 100 days .

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Look into the verbal-only course option from Veritas--they guarantee your results. I am sure there are others out there, but I am most familiar with the Veritas course. Reading paper and literature is good too--keep that up. I would suggest reading it online as it better approximates the GMAT testing environment.
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See:

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GMAT Verbal books: best-gmat-verbal-prep-books-reviews-recommendations-78094.html


Also search for non native speaker threads such as this one:
beat-the-beast-with-non-native-speaker-108349.html
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