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Dear Club members, Kindly suggest me the best study material for verbal which I am struggling a lot. Whereas I am comforted with Quant @47-48.
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New post 18 Feb 2019, 11:02
e-gmat is the best course in verbal for non natives.
I was able to raise my verbal from v23 to v38, just because of e-gmat.
You can also check for the reviews of others on gmatclub about e-gmat and you would find similar recommendation.

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kiran120680 wrote:
Dear Club members, Kindly suggest me the best study material for verbal which I am struggling a lot. Whereas I am comforted with Quant @47-48.


kiran120680

I think Manhattan Guides would help you out to understand and get your verbal basics cleared .
The SC Manhattan Guide is really Good.
(You may download these books online)

Also,
E-Gmat is also a good source too if you are willing to spend money.

Otherwise,

You can just practice Official questions of each type from Gmat Club itself and read the posts to understand the ways of solving in greater depth.

Finally, There are some free video lessons available online : Thursdays with Ron and Gmat Ninja Verbal Wednesdays! You can watch them online on youtube or any other source.
I can provide you the link to these videos if you need it.

I hope this Helps:)
All the best with preparation :thumbup:
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New post 18 Feb 2019, 11:18
kiran120680 wrote:
Dear Club members, Kindly suggest me the best study material for verbal which I am struggling a lot. Whereas I am comforted with Quant @47-48.

Thursdays with Ron is the best material I've ever seen!
Try from the above link.
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New post 19 Feb 2019, 06:08
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Dear Club members, Kindly suggest me the best study material for verbal which I am struggling a lot. Whereas I am comforted with Quant @47-48.


I myself have used Aristotle Grail series books and have felt that Wiley's Aristotle CR grail, RC grail and SC grail are good bet for non natives. I also had gone through Manhattan GMAT SC guide twice, and felt super good. Use these and then use official GMAT questions (OG's and official question bank) and you are all set.

Note: [color=#1b1464]Although my low score in verbal on my first attempt may give an impression that if books were good then why not good score. However, there was lack of consistent and disciplined study and I was saturated with loooonnnng studies and exhausted with official GMAT material.[/color]
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New post 27 Mar 2019, 05:23
Hi Kiran, how much are you currently scoring in Verbal and which sub-section in Verbal has been giving you most grief?
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