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Need help Improving Verbal (Current: V33)

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Hi all,

As the title states, I need help improving my verbal. My last GMAT was a 650. I've exhausted pretty much all OG questions, gmat prep tests, and the CR bible but it just isn't clicking. Anybody have any advice? Perhaps I need to change the way I'm thinking.

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tonyjyoo wrote:
Hi all,

As the title states, I need help improving my verbal. My last GMAT was a 650. I've exhausted pretty much all OG questions, gmat prep tests, and the CR bible but it just isn't clicking. Anybody have any advice? Perhaps I need to change the way I'm thinking.

Thanks,
Tony


Tony, with which question type are you struggling the most? I can offer you to check out our SC video here: https://www.veritasprep.com/gmat/
In this we discuss how to attempt SC questions based on decision points.

For RC and CR, once you understand the various question types and how to deal with them, it is just about practice.

In case you explain your specific weaknesses, I can provide more personalised advice.
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tonyjyoo wrote:
Hi all,

As the title states, I need help improving my verbal. My last GMAT was a 650. I've exhausted pretty much all OG questions, gmat prep tests, and the CR bible but it just isn't clicking. Anybody have any advice? Perhaps I need to change the way I'm thinking.

Thanks,
Tony


Tony, with which question type are you struggling the most? I can offer you to check out our SC video here: https://www.veritasprep.com/gmat/
In this we discuss how to attempt SC questions based on decision points.

For RC and CR, once you understand the various question types and how to deal with them, it is just about practice.

In case you explain your specific weaknesses, I can provide more personalised advice.


I've taken the Veritas Prep course as well as some outside private tutoring.

What tips do you have for CR? It is likely my weakest in verbal.
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tonyjyoo wrote:
VeritasPrepKarishma wrote:
tonyjyoo wrote:
Hi all,

As the title states, I need help improving my verbal. My last GMAT was a 650. I've exhausted pretty much all OG questions, gmat prep tests, and the CR bible but it just isn't clicking. Anybody have any advice? Perhaps I need to change the way I'm thinking.

Thanks,
Tony


Tony, with which question type are you struggling the most? I can offer you to check out our SC video here: https://www.veritasprep.com/gmat/
In this we discuss how to attempt SC questions based on decision points.

For RC and CR, once you understand the various question types and how to deal with them, it is just about practice.

In case you explain your specific weaknesses, I can provide more personalised advice.


I've taken the Veritas Prep course as well as some outside private tutoring.

What tips do you have for CR? It is likely my weakest in verbal.



Here is a link to some of my CR posts: http://www.veritasprep.com/blog/categor ... +reasoning
Check them out. You will likely find them useful if you are weak in CR.
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