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# How to improve verbal from 35 to 40+

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24 Jun 2007, 19:45
Hi,

I'm consistently scoring around 34-35 in verbal in the practice tests that i take . This is really hurting my final score. I'm targetting a score of 40+ in verbal and i have around 6 more weeks to go before the real test.

The peculiar thing i found was , i'm having a equal hit rate among all the sections , SC, CR and RC. I'm just about average in all the sections and not excellent in any one of them.

Can anyone who has been in a similar boat before share his/her strategy to overcome this?

Thanks.
How to improve verbal from 35 to 40+   [#permalink] 24 Jun 2007, 19:45
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# How to improve verbal from 35 to 40+

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