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My weak area is verbal part of GMAT. I have done Princeton Review and Kaplan, I heard from some people that LSAT is also good source of questions to practice verbal part of GMAT.

Should I buy LSAT books to improve my verbal part?

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Adil wrote:
My weak area is verbal part of GMAT. I have done Princeton Review and Kaplan, I heard from some people that LSAT is also good source of questions to practice verbal part of GMAT.

Should I buy LSAT books to improve my verbal part?

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New post 12 Oct 2006, 09:15
It depends on what level you are at. I would say that LSAT questions will be helpful if you have completed all other GMAT materials and if you are scoring around 40+. I do not believe the LSAT materials will be helpful if you are scoring lower than that.

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