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I am scoring only 50% in my Verbal section. i have booked my date for GMAT Exam and i have only 21 days in my hand.
what should i do to improve my score? please help!!!!

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I am scoring only 50% in my Verbal section. i have booked my date for GMAT Exam and i have only 21 days in my hand.
what should i do to improve my score? please help!!!!


Identify what types of questions you are struggling with. Within verbal - which of the 3 types is more troublesome? SC/CR/RC?

Within SC, then which type of SC is problematic? First, you need to be able to identify what type of SC is being tested - what booby traps exist. Then once you can identify what the GMAC is trying to test you on, then you know how you should respond.

So narrow down your problem areas and drill deep - repeatedly - at various times during your study schedule to ensure you are actually learning from your mistakes.

Keep going through these iterations on your wrong answers, and eventually your 50% will creep up towards 100%.

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