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13 May 2006, 21:42
Hello everyone
I have been preparing for one month now; it is evident that my verbal score is bringing dwon my total score. In QA I consistently score 48+ but my verbal socres are always close to 28-30. I haven;t taken the powerprep yet but my Princeton review scores are 640, 610 etc and Kaplan 610.

I was wondering if anyone has any ideas how to boost verbal scores; I am taking GMAT in the second week of June.

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13 May 2006, 23:54
Ashish,

There are two aspects of verbal. Getting a question correct & getting in correct within less than 2 mins. I suggest you to identify your weakness in one of these two & practice a lot concentrating more on verbal. You can also go one step further & find the weaker area/areas among SC, CR & RC & attack it with some strategies. You will find many stratiegies on our forum & also in some std books.

Further, there is no substitute to practice. All the best to you

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