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14 Feb 2012, 02:03
Hi Guys,

I have recently started prep for GMAT and have good hold on Quant but facing serious issues in verbal prep. I am doing self study and planning to take test at end of May this year. While I am preparing my self on verbal and I am not able to grasp verbal concepts very well. Could you please advice that if it would be better to try some more time on self study of verbal or shall I join some coaching institute on weekends. I am currently going through Manhattan RC and Manhattan CR books.

It would be a great help!!!

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14 Feb 2012, 02:37
hi buddy, i would suggest you to take a diagnostic test right away, then only you can decide on the sequence of ur strategy.
the best advice u can get on verbal( i count on it ) is here:-
study-plan-for-verbal-gmat-98342.html
hope it helps.
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