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not living up to my name 590(Q44,V27)

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I am so mad at my verbal skill. It makes me sick. I have room to improve my quantitative, but i have a lot more room to improve my verbal. I totally underestimated the english. I think I need to buy the MGMAT book or take a course. This just sucks and my brain is mush right now. Any sugestions?

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New post 08 Sep 2007, 11:46
Trying_not_to_suck wrote:
I am so mad at my verbal skill. It makes me sick. I have room to improve my quantitative, but i have a lot more room to improve my verbal. I totally underestimated the english. I think I need to buy the MGMAT book or take a course. This just sucks and my brain is mush right now. Any sugestions?


Is this your first try? 27 points on verbal isn't that bad, its average but not a suck score !

I personally like the Manhattan GMAT books for verbal.


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New post 08 Sep 2007, 12:46
yeah its my first time. I'll get some of the mgmat books and stufy verbal. thanks

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New post 08 Sep 2007, 13:36
Trying_not_to_suck wrote:
I am so mad at my verbal skill. It makes me sick. I have room to improve my quantitative, but i have a lot more room to improve my verbal. I totally underestimated the english. I think I need to buy the MGMAT book or take a course. This just sucks and my brain is mush right now. Any sugestions?


Before you potentially waste some serious cash on a course, buy the MGMAT SC book. If CR/RC aren't up to snuff, I am sure someone can suggest materials for that too.

The MGMAT math guides helped me get a 48 in Q. Work on your timing and concepts, and, like Squirrel said, you are starting off at average, which is not bad at all!

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New post 11 Sep 2007, 03:44
Take a break and analyse what are your sterengths and weaknesses. This is easier said than done. Its not easy to do this. But once you know where you are weak, it will greatly save your study time and helps you improve your performance substantially. Goodluck.

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