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Joined: 25 Mar 2008
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27 Dec 2008, 23:17
I want to practice GMATPrep verbal only....i am quite ok with maths part.

If i skip GMATPrep Maths in the beginning and directly go to verbal Test ...will i able to see the verbal score at the end of the test ? i am not worried about overall score.

All i need to know whether i have been able to improve my verbal skill ...so i am expecting only the verbal score at the end of the test......will i get to see that ?

thanks

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28 Dec 2008, 04:52
yes , u will get the verbal score but you have click ans to each qts in quant section .
hope that helps .
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28 Dec 2008, 23:26
Ok...so you mean , i need to skip through all 37 maths questions quickly to get the verbal part .

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