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# Help needed to improve my GMAT verbal score

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14 Oct 2012, 11:21
Hi, I have my GMAT exam scheduled in 10 days. Currently, in my MGMAT tests, I'm securing around 650(650 being my maximum score). I'm trying to reach the 700 barrier. Could some one please advise me what I can do the best in these 10 days so that I could reach 700? I hope this target is still feasible
I have gone through the below materials:
1) Verbal:
a) MGMAT SC
b) CR bible power score
c) grockito practice qns
d) OG 12 edition

Practice tests:
Quant 48 and verbal 32

From my scores, I see that CR and RC are the areas for improvement. But, I'm not sure what can I do to improve my score. Can someone please help me here?

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23 Oct 2012, 17:19
The best way to improve your score at this late stage is to focus on your strengths and do so to the degree where you get as many questions correct as possible. Do not try to focus on your weaknesses at this late stage as it may impact your confidence and usually it takes more than 10 days to turn around a weakness. Also, do not study until the last possible minute; you have to be well rested for the exam so do study so hard that you are exhausted. Good luck and hopefully all turns out well.

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