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Study plan for test takers strong in verbal

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Hi all,

I believe my weakness is quant and that I would be fairly strong on verbal, given that on the SAT CR, I had scored a 740 (98th percentile). Are there any study plans for test takers who are stronger in verbal? Ideally I'm looking for high difficulty study plans/guides/books, like a verbal equivalent of the legendary GMAT Club quant tests. Thanks.
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bianalyst wrote:
Hi all,

I believe my weakness is quant and that I would be fairly strong on verbal, given that on the SAT CR, I had scored a 740 (98th percentile). Are there any study plans for test takers who are stronger in verbal? Ideally I'm looking for high difficulty study plans/guides/books, like a verbal equivalent of the legendary GMAT Club quant tests. Thanks.


Hi bianalyst ,
The best way to gauge your current ability in GMAT will be to take a GMAT Prep test under realistic conditions- without skipping any of the sections .
For quant, you can use Veritas or Manhattan Prep guides and solve questions from Bunuel's signature.
For verbal, you can try the e-GMAT Scholaranium , which has a nice collection of questions.

Hope this helps!! :)
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740 is a very good score. Anyway, you can practice math from gmat club tests and follow bunuel.
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