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New post 12 Nov 2008, 08:44
Hi,

I did my GMAT couple days ago, got very bad result. I am really good at math and very weak at Verbal. I already have done so many GMAT CAT tests, and studied Kaplan 2009 with OG. I don't know which strategy would help me to increase my score. Specially for Verbal :( !

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If your SC area is weak and you have to read the MGMAT SC book thoroughly. Then you should be able to nail most of the SC questions. However, if you are not doing well then you can try Powerscore SC bible. For CR, powerscore CR bible is the best one. You can do few LSAT papers then you should be fine. For reading comprehension it is just practice, practice and practice.
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If your SC area is weak and you have to read the MGMAT SC book thoroughly. Then you should be able to nail most of the SC questions. However, if you are not doing well then you can try Powerscore SC bible. For CR, powerscore CR bible is the best one. You can do few LSAT papers then you should be fine. For reading comprehension it is just practice, practice and practice.
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I particularly liked GMAX Online's approach to Verbal. You can buy that portion separately or you can just buy views from other people who have purchased the whole thing and have views to spare. Powerscore has recently released a Reading Comprehension Bible for the LSAT. I have not read it, but it's received high marks from the lawyers-wannabe community. RC for LSAT and GMAT are quite comparable.
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I really liked PR's strategies for verbal. You may not be as bad at it as you think, though, if you only used Kaplan for verbal. They're way off.
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