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# Need help to get 750

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16 May 2007, 18:24
Hello,

I've seen some awesome scores from the forum and I hope I can get some help from you guys!

Since I started preparing for GMAT, I took 3 Princeton online practices. Although my scores have gone up from 680 to 700, I'm just not getting to the level of 750 where I target to be. Math is consistently 51 but I could never score over 40 on verbal. Even though I finished all the practices on Princeton book and OG, my verbal score has not gone up much at all. This is a bit discouraging.

I plan on studying the official verbal guide, redo the sample questions and review carefully all my mistakes. Many people mentioned the Manhattan SC so I plan on getting that too. How about the Manhattan Review Turbocharge Your GMAT: Verbal Study Guide? Any review on that book?

Any hints or suggestions are highly appreciated!

Thanks!

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16 May 2007, 19:59
The Manhattan SC is defenitely a must-do. I haven't used the other Manhattan material that you were talking about. So can't comment.

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# Need help to get 750

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