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Never Give up - from 450 to 710 (Q49, V37, IR6) - 5th attempt

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Hi Your review was inspiring for me and ever since that I have started private tutoring from mgmat over 10hours but my verbal score is same(22~28) and finally ended gmat test at 560. It really is frustrating. May I ask how did you maximize effect of your tutoring class? How was the style?
I am seriously worried what should I do. Any advice will be appreiated!

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Hi milkybar,

I see that you are a bit frustrated with your GMAT prep. Would you like some general advice regarding your study plan?
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wow now I just decided not to use empowergmat. please stop copy and paste and read the contents.

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milkybar wrote:
Hi Your review was inspiring for me and ever since that I have started private tutoring from mgmat over 10hours but my verbal score is same(22~28) and finally ended gmat test at 560. It really is frustrating. May I ask how did you maximize effect of your tutoring class? How was the style?
I am seriously worried what should I do. Any advice will be appreiated!

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Hi milkybar,

Simon Flynn was my MGMAT instrcutor. He was kickass! We identified weak areas from my ESR and checked whether they were the actual problematic areas by solving some questions on live and maintaining a tracker of mistakes and what would I do about them next time. Do this. Repeat. If you are not satisfied with your instructor, you may ask for Simon. I can guarantee that he is amazing.

Yes. GC=Gmat Club.

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Congrats on getting into Johnson Cornell Tech MBA!!!
How is that process working for you? Have you gotten the I20 yet? How you feeling about the timing?

Awesome improvement by the way!
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milkybar wrote:
Hi Your review was inspiring for me and ever since that I have started private tutoring from mgmat over 10hours but my verbal score is same(22~28) and finally ended gmat test at 560. It really is frustrating. May I ask how did you maximize effect of your tutoring class? How was the style?
I am seriously worried what should I do. Any advice will be appreiated!

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Hi milkybar,

Simon Flynn was my MGMAT instrcutor. He was kickass! We identified weak areas from my ESR and checked whether they were the actual problematic areas by solving some questions on live and maintaining a tracker of mistakes and what would I do about them next time. Do this. Repeat. If you are not satisfied with your instructor, you may ask for Simon. I can guarantee that he is amazing.

Yes. GC=Gmat Club.

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Congrats on getting into Johnson Cornell Tech MBA!!!
How is that process working for you? Have you gotten the I20 yet? How you feeling about the timing?

Awesome improvement by the way!
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Hi bb,

Thanks for the kind words. I have decided not to attend cornell tech. I requested for a deferral but they declined my request. I am attending judge this year. Already started the process. I missed to update judge in my profile :p
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