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New post 29 Nov 2006, 20:28
Hi all,

I am new to the forum and would like to get some advice from you.
I took the GMAT recently and got 670 (Q46 V36), lower than what I expected, probably due to my inability to handle stress and pressure.
I studied the OG, Kaplan 2006, PR Cracking the GMAT 2007, and Nova for a couple months. GMAT Prep scores are 730 and 690, respectively.

Do you have any suggestions so I can raise my score above 700? Any other books I should go over? Tutoring? I think I am particularly weak in verbal, especially RC and SC.

Thanks!

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New post 30 Nov 2006, 05:52
I would say you have the answer: Practise RC and SC. I was myself very weak in those two and made an effort to find a solution how I can solve RC without stressing myself that the text is so long. Because if you have enough time you will see that the questions themselves are actually not that difficult.

Get yourself a verbal workout book (ok, you probably have already one....)
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