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Hello people!

I am considering to buy a 3 month subscription from gmatclub to improve my gmat score. But first I got a question.
After reading different forum threads I know that the quant part is very good. But I have no idea
how good the verbal part is (most post regarding verbal part are of the year 2008). Because bb says in several threads
that the verbal part is just a "bonus" part but that was a few years ago is this still true?.

Will the verbal score of the gmatclub cat be a good representative of the verbal score in real gmat exam?

Can anyone give me insight about this. I would appreciate it.

Kind regards,

Jacky

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JackyC wrote:
Hello people!

I am considering to buy a 3 month subscription from gmatclub to improve my gmat score. But first I got a question.
After reading different forum threads I know that the quant part is very good. But I have no idea
how good the verbal part is (most post regarding verbal part are of the year 2008). Because bb says in several threads
that the verbal part is just a "bonus" part but that was a few years ago is this still true?.

Will the verbal score of the gmatclub cat be a good representative of the verbal score in real gmat exam?

Can anyone give me insight about this. I would appreciate it.

Kind regards,

Jacky


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