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# Q33 V10 need help!!

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25 Dec 2013, 02:40
I've done my first GMAT test ,I got only Q33 V10 total score 390. What should I design my study plan?
I have 6 months free time for preparation.

Thank you so much.
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25 Dec 2013, 19:55
Kwangthe wrote:
I've done my first GMAT test ,I got only Q33 V10 total score 390. What should I design my study plan?
I have 6 months free time for preparation.

Thank you so much.

Dear Kwangthe,
I'm very happy to respond.

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04 Feb 2014, 13:15
Hey, even I gave my exam last week and scored a poor V23 so here are few points from my side:
Usually GMAT Verbal is a bit tougher than what u see in OG13 and Manhattan books so make sure that u understand Grammatical points and errors clearly because
this only will help u solve SC questions

1.U can Use SC Grail and MGMAT Mixture to get good accuracy in SC and if you need more basic grammar rules then checkout other books as well.Practice good amount of 700 level questions as well with OG questions.
2.For CR as Rock750 said "PowerScore Critical Reasonning Bible" this is the best.
3.Last but not the least RC ,practice variety of reading from tough n moderate sources and u can even try new york times.
Plus get the RC99 book and solve all the 99 questions to be prepared for variety of questions .

That's all I can say about Verbal Prep in a month or two.
Remember always to practice what you have learned everytime you move to new topics it helps to memorize the concepts.

By the way I am aiming for 40+ in my 2nd attempt in March.
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