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Hi GMAT Clubbers,

My test is scheduled for April 19th, three weeks from today. I have been studied for almost 8 months now and this will be my first take. My goal is 710.

I started off with a very low 520 Q33/V29, hard work enabled me to reach a consistent 660 - 690 level and reached my highest score two weeks ago at 710 Q43/44. But I am getting a bit worried because I got 660 on my last two tests with GMAT Prep Q44/V38 last week and Q46/V35 today....

I am very satisfied with my quant score, as this has been a big weakness for a while. However, I do not really understand what is going on with my verbal score, which has been more around the 38 - 40 previously. I just started to do AWA for these last two tests, so it is very likely that my decreased performance in verbal is due to lack of focus, but I am not sure how to work on this area.

How do you advise me to prepare during my last 3 weeks before the test?

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