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Hi everyone,

I am Aarti from Delhi. I have given my Gmat once in the month of April and have scored 590. However, I used to constantly score 660 or 670 in my mock tests : be it Manhattan, Kaplan or Gmat official for that matter.

Well, I will not beat around the bush. From the day of my exam I could figure out my weakness, which is nothing but READING COMPREHENSION. Infact, I had a panic stroke during the exam that I ruined it entirely.

I wish to write my Gmat again by August end maximum. And for that I must improve my reading comprehension for that matter and them the logics and tricks ( which I have none ).

After considering all the options available out there, I have shortlisted POWERSCORE LSAT RC book, EGMAT online course or TOP ONE PERCENT ONLINE course.

Not to forget my split was V23 and Q49 ( I could have scored 50, if I had not missed the last two questions).

I need to build up my score in Verbal. I am not an avid reader. I have apparently hated history throughout my life.
I need serious recommendations and suggestions that what can be worth investigating money and time, for improving my verbal score ofcourse within a span of 2 months.

I am looking forward to hearing from the experts and experienced members of the GNAT club.

Thanks & Regards,
Aarti Gupta :)
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After going through your message, I can suggest EGMAT for you, as it is extensively built for non native english students..
Just go through their free webinar on RC and then decide.
All the best for your GMAT.

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New post 28 Jul 2017, 13:41
Aartialliey, this might help a bit too: https://gmatclub.com/forum/experts-topi ... 41004.html. It's just some beginner-level advice for RC, but maybe something in there will help, even as a supplement to a good verbal course. There are a couple of links at the end of the article that might help, too -- check out the threads on good (non-GMAT!) books and periodicals in particular.

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New post 30 Jul 2017, 04:18
I am not gonna comment on whether you should use Egmat's or GMATNinja's tips for RC. What I am going to recommend is that you read atleast 1 article daily on either of economist.com, wall street journal, bloomberg, scientific american, and so on. Additionally, don't just read them, apply the reading strategy you'd learn from these prep courses.
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