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10 Jul 2012, 11:15
Hi. I have been scoring in low 40's in Quant and low 30's in Verbal. Is there any book which I can refer to so that my scores improve to high 40's in Quant and high 30's in Verbal. THanks
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13 Jul 2012, 05:16
Depends what areas you are weak in (RC, SC, CR, DS, PS, etc.)

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14 Jul 2012, 10:38
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Hi. I have been scoring in low 40's in Quant and low 30's in Verbal. Is there any book which I can refer to so that my scores improve to high 40's in Quant and high 30's in Verbal. THanks

Hi,

Can you tell us what material you've referred to so far ?

Generally you should try to stick to the Official guides as much as possible . I'd say don't focus too much on your score , try to focus on getting your concepts rights and try to maintain an error log .

For the quant section do all the MGMAT strategy guides and the OGs first . Then go through the gmatclub tests ( gmatclub tests are generally helpful for people who want it go from the mid 40s in quant to Q 50 . I'm saying that through experience .

For the verbal section :

For CR and RC it's strongly recommend that you do only the OG questions . For SC I'd suggest the you do the MGMAT SC guide and the Egmat SC course . That together with the OG questions should be more than enough .

Hope this helps ! Good luck !
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16 Jul 2012, 20:41
Ditto what the other posters said. Additionally, Powerscore books for verbal were also highly recommended. Cheers
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16 Jul 2012, 21:09
Depends on how much time you looking to invest. I recommend you to read this Post.
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