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# Verbal Study Materials

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Joined: 29 Sep 2004
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19 Oct 2004, 19:48
*I posted this in the GMAT board a while ago and didn't get any replies. Sorry for the inconvenience*

I am currently taking a PR GMAT class. The OG and PR "Manual for the GMAT" both come with the class. I am having some trouble with verbal, and would like some suggestions for study material. I really need something that explains a strategy to go through - not just practice questions. What recommendations do you guys have?

Thanks

Colin Roper

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20 Oct 2004, 00:07
Try Kaplan and Princeton Verbal Workaout

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