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If you're a non-native, Verbal becomes your weak spot. What may have worked for X or Y may not work for you. So, decide early and register for a course. If you're in two minds, I'd recommend you give Verbal Live Prep course a shot (Take the free trial).
-> Once you've enrolled to the course, trust the process and apply it in mock tests so that you can apply easily in the real exam.
-> Develop a reading habit (30 mins everyday) without fail. Articles from Smithsonian, HBR, The Economist can be of great help.
-> Buy the GMAT Question Pack and GMAT Exam Pack without fail.
-> Verbal Workshops (SC/CR/RC) included in the course were INSTRUMENTAL in my improvement , helped spot strengths/weaknesses.
-> Consider the course as a short term investment that will reap huge benefits in future.
e-GMAT SC course
-> Tailor made course to improve one's efficiency from 70% to 90%. Plenty of questions that mimic the real exam questions.
-> Follow the e-GMAT 3-step process, analyze both the right and the wrong answers.
-> Once course is completed (including OG/OG Verbal Review), you'll start recognizing patters in Q's, thereby reducing average time per Q.
e-GMAT CR course
-> Pre-Thinking approach works not only in Assumption Q's, but also in Weaken/Strengthen/Inference Q's. It will help reduce the average time spent per Q and give the confidence to solve hard Q's.
-> The quality of practice q's included in the course are too GOOD.
e-GMAT RC course
-> How to Read Effectively ? The RC tutorials/lectures/workshops taught me how to deal effectively even with the weird passages.
-> Both accuracy and timing improved, and RC soon became my new strength.
Consider this is an un-biased opinion from an average Indian. If I can achieve my dream 700, so can you. GOOD LUCK :)
My deepest regards to the whole e-GMAT community (Rajat/Payal/Shraddha/Chiranjeev/others).
Needless to say, GMAT Club/team rocks !