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How to study and prepare for GMAT in 4 weeks???????

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Need some help here, I took GMAT before (below 550) :cry: and now I am re-taking it. I am weak on the verbal side. I have studied quite a bit but I still don't feel the confidence yet. What's the best way to cramp everything in? especially the Verbal section???

Many thanks.... :?

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sokenyou wrote:
Need some help here, I took GMAT before (below 550) :cry: and now I am re-taking it. I am weak on the verbal side. I have studied quite a bit but I still don't feel the confidence yet. What's the best way to cramp everything in? especially the Verbal section???

Many thanks.... :?


Very few people feel totally prepared before entering the examination hall. You just do your best.
Take some practice tests to figure out how much you have improved and how much is remaining. Figure out the areas in which you are lagging. Then work on them again. Then take a test again and so on till you start seeing desired scores. Thereafter, it's just a matter of taking a call on the date.
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