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Hello folks

How tough is to get V36 i have two months left before appearing for the gmat i am actually in V20 range

Please help

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Maybe the following is of help to you:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/verbal-strat ... l#p2082192

Moreover I would suggest to have a look at the verban explanation videos from Veritas Prep and GmatNinja those are both two great ressources with regards to improving ones verbal score.

Nonetheless make sure to check some of the questions and their respective answers in this forum, than can be a great source of insight with regards to some topics you might struggle in.

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Hi Arif,

Before I can offer you the specific advice that you’re looking for, it would help if you could provide a bit more information on how you've been studying and your goals:

Studies:
1) How long have you studied?
2) What study materials have you used so far?
3) How have you scored on EACH of your CATs (including the Quant and Verbal Scaled Scores for EACH)?

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arif24 wrote:
Hello folks

How tough is to get V36 i have two months left before appearing for the gmat i am actually in V20 range

Please help

Regards

Arif


Hi arif24,

If you havn't studied for long and then you're at V20, then with consistent efforts and right guidance you can reach to V36 in 2 months. but if you've studied for long and not been able to improve much then it's not certain that you would get V36 in 2 months.

I would suggest, first find out your weak areas and work on them and when you consistently start getting the desired score, appear for real exam.

Please post for any other query you have. Happy to help :)
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arif24 wrote:
Hello folks

How tough is to get V36 i have two months left before appearing for the gmat i am actually in V20 range

Please help

Regards

Arif


I came from V 22 to V 33 for 2 months. It depends on what are your current weakest points.
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New post 11 Jul 2018, 03:32
Hi Arif,

Scoring V36 in 2 months is possible!


A lot of students, especially non-natives, start with a low Verbal score and improve upon it through diligent effort. It may seem tough if you have already been preparing for some time, but with resources that complement your learning style, it is very much achievable. Here are some examples of students who started out with low verbal scores but eventually achieved their target score.

How to Improve from V20s to V36


If you read/hear their stories, you would realize that they all followed a structured process to reach their desired GMAT Verbal score. GMAT tests a student’s reasoning skills through Verbal and Quant questions of different types. To be able to answer any such questions thrown at you, you must develop a structured thought process. Doing so will ensure that you approach the more difficult questions asked at V36 level with as much ease and comfort as you do for questions at V20 level.
Check out thee-GMAT free trial to learn structured approach to solving Verbal questions. On signing up for the Free Trial, you will get access to 25+ videos and 350+ practice questions. I am sharing direct links to some of the concepts included in the free trial for your ease.
    • Learn to identify "Verb-ed" forms that don’t act as verbs - Play Video Lesson
    • Learn to understand the "Main Point" or purpose of a RC Paragraph - Play Video Lesson

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