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# Verbal SETS: something like GmatClubtests

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Verbal SETS: something like GmatClubtests [#permalink]

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12 Jan 2012, 03:17
I found GmatClub tests extremely useful and I am more than satisfied with my 48Q. Question is, is there anything of such sort, but Verbal? I am aware of the Verbal 1-6 test, but compared to 20+ of Quant, it is .. not enough. And to run a full-length test each time when I am only interested in the Verbal Part is exhausting. My current Verbal score is 34, so something for this level and above.

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22 Jan 2012, 01:07
at a score of 34, doing all of the OG would actually improve your score at least to the 40's range. Work on your active reading and make sure you have set plans to tackle certain questions.

Do all of the questions, every single easy one. The easy ones are the money because you can't get to the hard questions (which you might be able to do with ease) without going through the 300-600 level questions

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