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# Question about Manhattan Verbal Foundation

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18 Jun 2011, 13:02
Is the Manhattan Verbal Foundation along with the OG and OG verbal sufficient for preparing GMAT verbal or should the study be supplemented with the separate MGMT SC, CR, RC guides? Where do the Powerscore guides fit in in this verbal equation ?

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Hi, saw your post on the Amazon too - will reply there as well.

You actually do need the other books but you can try just covering this one and seeing if you get to a good level. This book has the basics/foundation that you can't get around and must have for a good score. the individual books have mostly strategies and tools to help you spot errors/mistakes/traps, which you could technically do without and still get a good score.

So, the answer is - maybe. I would cover this book very well and then focus on the areas that are lacking. Does that make sense?
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18 Jun 2011, 16:54
bb wrote:
Hi, saw your post on the Amazon too - will reply there as well.

You actually do need the other books but you can try just covering this one and seeing if you get to a good level. This book has the basics/foundation that you can't get around and must have for a good score. the individual books have mostly strategies and tools to help you spot errors/mistakes/traps, which you could technically do without and still get a good score.

So, the answer is - maybe. I would cover this book very well and then focus on the areas that are lacking. Does that make sense?

BB, that is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.

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