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hi guys...i hve been studying for past 1-2 months and would hve given app. 200 hours for the same....well still m not being able to cross 85%ile (670)...my scores are sticking in the range of 44-46 in quant and vary between 30-35 in verbal taking my overall score in range of 600- 660...i hve been through og-12, og-verbal, kaplan premiere and manhattan sentence correction....

these r the details of CATs i took..

MGMAT 1 : q46,v 34 (total 660)
Gmatprep : q45, v30 (610)
Powerprep :q44, v34(650)
MGMAT 2 : q45, v32 (620)

can u guys give me some insight on how can i improve my scores...especially in verbal....what material should i go through...is kaplan 800 really helpful to cross 700....

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Nitin

oops...seems like i posted this question in a wrong forum....sorry mods....

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Have you used the answer correction logs? They are availble on this site and help you to identify where you are going wrong.

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hi nitin, if you're not scoring above 650, you really are not done with OG prep yet. You should go back to your OG and peruse through the questions one more time, starting with the hardest one. You need to understand why you get it wrong and be able to replicate the explanation again in a day. Understanding your thought process is most essential and as ExMBA2010 said, an error log does provide you with the clarity of your error. Though the error log is not something everyone enjoys doing, you can definitely give it a try and see how that works for you.
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