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Fine-tuning Verbal section

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My goal is to apply to a few of the M7 schools this year. I took GMAT twice:
first round: two months of self-studying part-time Q50 V30 total 680
second round: two weeks of self-studying part-time Q50 V34 total 700
I would like to re-take again, and I realize that I need to work on verbal. what do you recommend? I dont think the in-person live GMAT classes are going to work for me because they tend to focus on introduction to the test, quant, and other subjects that I am not interested in. What do you recommend that is really suitable to fine-tune the verbal section only?

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New post 21 Jul 2015, 07:31
Hi HeartHaas,

I'm curious to know more about what materials you've used to study to this point. Have you already taken any in-person classes? At this point, it sounds like GMAT Tutor would be a great option for you - using its adaptive technology, you can fine tune your study plan to attack even the most specific of personal needs to tackle the verbal. Here's a link to try it free for 7 days: http://bit.ly/1BMoyvJ

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