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09 May 2011, 02:10
I've been preparing for quite sometime.

MGMAT 1-4: between 660 to 700. GMATPrep: 710 (v-37). 800Score: 630 and 660. GMATClub m-01 to 05.
I've 2 MGMATs, 1 GMATPrep, 3 800Scores and GMATClub tests left out.
My recent Q scores ~48 or 49. However verbal flucuates lot between 32 and 37.

I really have to stabilize my verbal score, at least at 39 or 40, to mitigate any risks.
I've exhaused all the OGs couple of times. I'm using LSAT CRs, OG-10 RCs and SCs.

Although these materials help me to hone verbal skills, I'm not able to gauge my true verbal level.
As of now I'm taking 800Score tests and its verbal seem to be way off.
I don't want to take GMATPrep and 2 MGMATs now and run out of tests before the last few weeks of the grand day.

Can someone suggest a strategy for me please?
Which tests and materials should I follow?

Thanks
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09 May 2011, 07:12
First of all, it's definitely a good idea to save your GMATPrep tests until shortly before you take the GMAT. The GMATPrep tests use the exact algorithm as the official GMAT so they'll give you the best representation of your score.

Secondly, it sounds like you have been doing a lot of practice problems. One issue that comes up again and again in preparing for this test is making sure you are learning from these problems. If you are just taking exam after exam, you will be wasting valuable resources. Try taking a break between exams, analyze your answers, and move on from there. You can find a great article on this here: http://www.manhattangmat.com/articles/a ... roblem.cfm

You can also find a wealth of other articles written by our expert Instructors on our website. Article subjects range from specific quantitative and verbal concepts to overall study tip tips and strategies for the official exam. http://www.manhattangmat.com/articles/

I hope you find this information helpful. Good luck with your GMAT studies!

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Matt Mapplebeck
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09 May 2011, 07:53
Thanks mmapplebeck
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