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Trust the process - From 700 (Q51 V34) to 770 (Q51 V42) - ESR attached

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23 Oct 2019, 16:54
Still waiting for my esr... GMAC seems to be having issues.

pk123 just trust the process. Pre-thinking makes the argument's and conclusion air tight in your head. So that the answer choices can't distract or confuse you from argument's logic.

It's all about getting the logic of the paragraph airtight. Cover up the answer choices and start doing CR from the OG, Rajat's process works.
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GMAT 1: 640 Q45 V32
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21 Nov 2019, 19:02
Hi Fanfan and congratulate one again in your improvement and your success, you did excel the GMAT exam!

I just want to have a few pieces of advice from you. 3 months ago I took the GMAT test and scored 640 with Verbal 34. But last week when I took the exam, I scored 610 (with Verbal only 27!!) and I did really bad at RC, SC and also CR.

I really want to know how you approach an SC question, CR, and how you map taking or deal with an RC.
Some SCs just really do not make sense to me, how can I improve the "GMAT" sense for those?
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22 Nov 2019, 10:17
churuand - Grammar is generally not the differentiating factor for 700-level questions. For such questions, you need to focus on meaning. Understand the intended meaning and you will find that most 700-level questions:

2. Are not ambiguous.

Watch my interview with Jim to understand how he mastered 700-level questions. You may skip to 3 minutes to learn how he answered 700-level questions.

How to follow the meaning-based approach?

Payal Tandon - my cofounder recently hosted a YouTube Live session for GMAT Club members in which she demonstrated and explained the meaning-based approach. You may watch the same here. Register on our portal to watch more targetted video lessons to build this approach.

-Rajat
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GMAT 1: 640 Q45 V32
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23 Nov 2019, 06:12
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egmat wrote:
churuand - Grammar is generally not the differentiating factor for 700-level questions. For such questions, you need to focus on meaning. Understand the intended meaning and you will find that most 700-level questions:

2. Are not ambiguous.

Watch my interview with Jim to understand how he mastered 700-level questions. You may skip to 3 minutes to learn how he answered 700-level questions.

How to follow the meaning-based approach?

Payal Tandon - my cofounder recently hosted a YouTube Live session for GMAT Club members in which she demonstrated and explained the meaning-based approach. You may watch the same here. Register on our portal to watch more targetted video lessons to build this approach.

-Rajat

Thank you very much and I really appreciate your help during my preparation. As I watched the clip, I can see that Jim had an one-to-one strategy session with one of you guys. However I did not see that option on my account (right now it is just expired). So how can I schedule that one, and, moreover, I really want expert's advice on what I should do next since I think some of my failures due to time management. Thank you in advance !
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23 Nov 2019, 11:11
fanfan1247 - Congratulations on getting an awesome 770 on the GMAT. The consecutive Q51 scores are impressive, and so is the 8 points jump in verbal raw score. Thank you for sharing your debrief and I personally loved your interview with e-GMAT. All the best with the applications.
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