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Joined: 30 Sep 2008
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09 Apr 2009, 06:52
My weakness is verbal as I am an international student.
My plan is to study 5 RCs, and 30 questions of CR and SC everyday.
However,according to my error log, whenver I'm done with
one question type and move on to other one,e.g. from CR to SC.
I always got wrong answers from the2-3 first questions.
Sometimes I do not understand the question even I can know all vocabs.
I noticed that I focus on different things when I read different types of qustions.
So in a few first questions , I get the wrong answers.

How to solve this problem?

Thanks,

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12 Apr 2009, 02:00
GMATpp wrote:
My weakness is verbal as I am an international student.
My plan is to study 5 RCs, and 30 questions of CR and SC everyday.
However,according to my error log, whenver I'm done with
one question type and move on to other one,e.g. from CR to SC.
I always got wrong answers from the2-3 first questions.
Sometimes I do not understand the question even I can know all vocabs.
I noticed that I focus on different things when I read different types of qustions.
So in a few first questions , I get the wrong answers.

How to solve this problem?

Thanks,

Very interesting observation - so it is almost as though your ear/mind is learning a pattern to one type of questions and it takes a little while to switch back and forth.
Have you tried just focusing on one question type for a few days or a week instead of mixing them?

Finally, what books are you using?
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Joined: 30 Sep 2008
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14 Apr 2009, 01:13
Thank you bb,

Now,I'm studying OG 10th.
I finished OG11th,verbal review,GMAT 800. and CR bible already
and the correctness percentage is around 65 to 70% .

I hope I can do better in verbal part.
If i'm done with OG10th , what book should I study after ?
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17 Apr 2009, 15:52
GMATpp wrote:
Thank you bb,

Now,I'm studying OG 10th.
I finished OG11th,verbal review,GMAT 800. and CR bible already
and the correctness percentage is around 65 to 70% .

I hope I can do better in verbal part.
If i'm done with OG10th , what book should I study after ?

Have you used any specific general strategy books similar to ones listed here: top-gmat-prep-books-guides-reviews-comments-77703.html
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05 May 2009, 09:00
My 2 cents..I useed to have a similar problem initially as I am an international student too and struggled with Verbal a lot..My suggestion will be to give it some more time and practise is the key her..practise as much as possible.

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