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Dear Friends,
This is my first post on GMAT club. Thanks everyone for all the great work and collective support.

I'm weak in both Math and Verbal and im currently learning from Mgmat strategy guides, CR bible, Mgmat Advanced book and E-gmat course. I had taken a full Kaplan course for my first GMAT and unfortunately scored a low 500 on the GMAT.
Im giving GMAT a second short.

I have been following posts mainly by math experts like Bunuel, Walker, Karishma etc.. for practising and improving my math performance. I have seen a slow but steady improvement in math, thanks to the posts.

Can someone similarly name a couple of Verbal moderators , whose posts i can read and learn from, so that i can improve my verbal scores. I have used the Tag search to search for Verbal questions, but im not sure whose response to follow, as i dont know the expert in Verbal section.

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There are a few rising stars in the Verbal forum:



The only caveat is that these users do not post solely in the Verbal forums, so keep that in mind.

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gmatgeek2 wrote:
Dear Friends,
This is my first post on GMAT club. Thanks everyone for all the great work and collective support.

I'm weak in both Math and Verbal and im currently learning from Mgmat strategy guides, CR bible, Mgmat Advanced book and E-gmat course. I had taken a full Kaplan course for my first GMAT and unfortunately scored a low 500 on the GMAT.
Im giving GMAT a second short.

I have been following posts mainly by math experts like Bunuel, Walker, Karishma etc.. for practising and improving my math performance. I have seen a slow but steady improvement in math, thanks to the posts.

Can someone similarly name a couple of Verbal moderators , whose posts i can read and learn from, so that i can improve my verbal scores. I have used the Tag search to search for Verbal questions, but im not sure whose response to follow, as i dont know the expert in Verbal section.

Thanks

GmatGeek


Dear GMATGEEK,

Welcome to the GMATCLUB and have a good learning!

It is recommended for you at first to go deeply thru your strategy guides (i.e. MGMAT, CR Bible, e-GMAT course Material). Making the fundamentals clear should be your Priority at the moment.

In verbal section, while evaluating answer choices, you should have a right reason for either to select or to eliminate an answer choice. You should delve deeply in to the strategy guides for that RIGHT REASON. This is the way of firm improvement. Check this link, to know what i am trying to say not-able-to-narrow-down-to-single-option-in-sc-150809.html#p1216887

On any question, many members, Moderators, Representatives of Test prep companies post their solution. You can refer to the solution you find most illuminating and conforms to what you have learned in your strategy guides.

Here, at GMATCLUB, you will find many experts such as bb, Bunuel, Souvik, Whiplash, Verculas, Carcass, VeritasKarishma, Mikemcgarry, VeritasRon, MGMAT Kyle, eGMAT etc.
It is very much difficult to distinguish between these legends and suggest a particular Name.

Hope That Helps!

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Narenn
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