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How I Improve my Verbal Score From V26 to V41

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I am from india and I found the verbal section of GMAT very tiring in the beginning. I used to score roughly in the range of 26-28. What worked for me was the segmentation of verbal in 3 sections (CR, RC, SC). I started working on CR as this section is less of english grammer or rules and more of reasoning. E-GMAT online free webinar helped a lot in this. Once I started scoring good in CR, the score in RC also started improving as a lot of questions in RC are around inference type. SC took some time to improve and I took e-gmat verbal online content, which helped me build basics and then I used veritas prep free videos to learn the tricks. Now i am able to score V41 consistently. The next target is to improve this till V43-44.

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Thanks for sharing your experience. The improvement you've achieved is very impressive. Many people would wish to replicate your results, would you mind sharing your strategies and more information about how you improved and how long it took.
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Hi,

I am from india and I found the verbal section of GMAT very tiring in the beginning. I used to score roughly in the range of 26-28. What worked for me was the segmentation of verbal in 3 sections (CR, RC, SC). I started working on CR as this section is less of english grammer or rules and more of reasoning. E-GMAT online free webinar helped a lot in this. Once I started scoring good in CR, the score in RC also started improving as a lot of questions in RC are around inference type. SC took some time to improve and I took e-gmat verbal online content, which helped me build basics and then I used veritas prep free videos to learn the tricks. Now i am able to score V41 consistently. The next target is to improve this till V43-44.

Thanks


Could you please tell the time frame for this score improvement- From v26 to v41. Any helpful strategies which you may have. I am in urgent need of advice. My gmat is less than a month away and on my 1st Mock test I got a V26. I am planning to analyze all the mistakes and then go through those topics and practice them, however I am concerned about the time factor.

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Is this the right forum for these kinds of topics?

Also, the topic title doesn't suggest that a V41 candidate has written the topic. :)
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GMAT PREP1: 660 ( Q50, V30). (SC 27, RC 22, CR 41).
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GMAT PREP2: 740 ( Q50, V40). (SC 40, RC 42, CR 37).
Manhattan 3: 710 ( Q48, V39).

GMAT PREP3: 750 ( Q51, V40). (SC 38, RC 51, CR 36).
Manhattan 4: 700 ( Q47, V38).
GMAT PREP4: 760 (Q50, V42). (SC 41, RC 51, CR 42).

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New post 09 Sep 2017, 04:12
Hi.

Thats an impressive improvement. May you please share more detail about your strategy. From timelines to CATs taken. I would to improve from V35 to V51 :-)

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