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New post 02 Nov 2005, 23:23
Hi,
Im new to the forum and need some help with the GMAT. I have been preparing for couple of months using Barrons and Princeton Review. My math is strong and I am scoring very well on the practice tests.
Its the Verbal part i need some help in. Please advice me how to go about scoring high on the verbal..
any input will be highy appreciated..
thanks a bunch!!

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New post 03 Nov 2005, 00:15
Get a copy of the Kaplan GMAT800 and study the SC tips religously. Then read as many verbal posts (both SC and CR) as you can in the forum. Go as far back into the archives as possible... Take a piece of cardboard and cover the bottom of your PC screen so that your eye doesn`t automatically read the first person`s answer below. Be sure to keep an error log, and copy and paste difficult problems into a folder that you can later printout and use as flashcards the week before the test. This should pump your V score up 5-7 points. Good luck! :computer

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New post 03 Nov 2005, 12:59
Is barrons a good study guide for math ?? or should i look into another book also. Thanks for your advice about the GMAT 800. I will go and buy one of those today.

I am looking into applying for the Masters in Professional Accounting program at UT Austin and couple of other schools in the state of texas. Is there someone on this forum who you know, who is a UT student or Alumni. I just need to know what is a competitive GMAT score to secure a spot.

Are the practice tests harder than the real GMAT ? or is that just a myth ?
I havent fared very well on the practice tests. lower 600, and some high 500s ..i wish to push this upto atleast a high 600s before the test date.

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