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# how to review tests

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12 Jun 2011, 20:55
hi my name is adhithya and i have been preparing for gmat since last 3 months,now i have begun to take practice tests
I scored the following tests:
1) gmatprep1 :650 q46 v34
2)mgmat1:680 q49 v 34
As seen,verbal has not improved at all.Previously,cr was my weakest area and before giving mgmat1 i had spent close to 2 weeks on reviewing cr questions from og and found that my success rate had improved in cr
but in mgmat1 not only my cr accuracy remained same but also my rc and sc(my strong areas) accuracy deteriorated.
Can please anybody help me to improve in verbal.Really facing a dead end situation.
Also, i find it difficult to review the mgmat tests.I really get bogged down by a lot of stats in the tests.Can u please help me out with reviewing these tests as forum members have always focussed on reviewing tests
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GMAT 1: 710 Q48 V40
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12 Jun 2011, 22:20
Have you tried:

1. Powerscore CR bible: Usually works very well for most people. My personal comment is that after reviewing this book, the right answer choice just shines through. At first, when doing practice questions, try to focus more on the structure of the passage ie try to identify the conclusion, premise, counter premise etc and then try to apply the CR bible techniques. Here is a good CR resource, if you haven't got this one already. Its basically a summary of the CR bible book cr-guide-100473.html

2. MGMAT SC book: its all you need for SC. Get in the habit of taking notes and after each chapter, don't forget to do the suggested questions from OG. Make sure you review each OG question. Even the ones you get right.
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Re: how to review tests   [#permalink] 12 Jun 2011, 22:20
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