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How to improve from V17 to V41?

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Hi there,

I took GMATprep recently and my verbal score was 17. Honestly, I have not spent much time on verbal. Now I need to raise it to V41 in 2 months. But I'm confused where to start, which materials to use etc. Could you please guide me on how can I improve to V41 in 2 months?

Thanks.
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New post 27 Mar 2018, 07:39
Mehemmed wrote:
Hi there,

I took GMATprep recently and my verbal score was 17. Honestly, I have not spent much time on verbal. Now I need to raise it to V41 in 2 months. But I'm confused where to start, which materials to use etc. Could you please guide me on how can I improve to V41 in 2 months?

Thanks.


Hi Mehemmed,

Please refer this post i made yesterday. You would need to go through all the URLs, presented on this link. It should help you have a much better strategy. After reading the ideas and suggestions from here, if you have any query please post.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/verbal-prep-strategy-262049.html#p2036349
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Re: How to improve from V17 to V41? [#permalink]

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New post 27 Mar 2018, 23:20
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Mehemmed wrote:
Hi there,

I took GMATprep recently and my verbal score was 17. Honestly, I have not spent much time on verbal. Now I need to raise it to V41 in 2 months. But I'm confused where to start, which materials to use etc. Could you please guide me on how can I improve to V41 in 2 months?

Thanks.


Hi Mehemmed,

Please refer this post i made yesterday. You would need to go through all the URLs, presented on this link. It should help you have a much better strategy. After reading the ideas and suggestions from here, if you have any query please post.

https://gmatclub.com/forum/verbal-prep-strategy-262049.html#p2036349


Thank you for your valuable input. Much appreciated
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