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Study Plan for CR & RC

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New post 06 Dec 2017, 04:57
Hi Guys,

I am Chandra Kant Mundra, non native English candidate. I am self studying with help of Manhattan prep modules. I have done with SC. As I am non native candidate I started with Foundation of Verbal and it was helpful to brush up. Now I want to start either CR or RC. I want to know should I start with Foundation of Verbal or I should start directly with main book of Manhattan prep.

My point is, for SC I can understand that it is basic and taught all over the world. So better we brush up being non native. In case of CR and RC, I dont think it taught in world being Native or non Native. Considering this it remain same for all. Please correct me if I am heading wrong and suggest where to start.

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Now I want to start either CR or RC. I want to know should I start with Foundation of Verbal or I should start directly with main book of Manhattan prep.



Part 2 and Part 3 of verbal foundation shall help you with correct approach when you start reading with main book.
Strongly recommended.


Also Powercore CR bible is one of good books for CR.
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Hi adkikani,

Thanks for response. Part 3 is for RC and Part 4 is for Vocab.Do you mean I can leave Part 2 CR in Foundation?

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Thanks for response. Part 3 is for RC and Part 4 is for Vocab.Do you mean I can leave Part 2 CR in Foundation?


I edited small typo error in original post. For idioms, you can download magoosh idioms on playstore.
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Thanks for response. Part 3 is for RC and Part 4 is for Vocab.Do you mean I can leave Part 2 CR in Foundation?


I edited small typo error in original post. For idioms, you can download magoosh idioms on playstore.
Hope this helps!

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