GMAT Practice Tests -- MANHATTAN Q43 V19

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GMAT Practice Tests -- MANHATTAN Q43 V19

by kalyantata » Sun Nov 27, 2011 6:04 pm
Hi All,
I have been practicing for GMAT from past 1 AND HALF months. I took Manhattan Practice Test1 and got a SCORE of 520(Q43,V19). I know this score of is no use and desparately want to improve on verbal.
I am following Manhattan Sentence Correction, but still unable to make it up.
I am a non native speaker, any help or advice is highly appreciated with respect to SC & RC.
I have just one month and I want to scale up at least to 680.


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by vineeshp » Sun Nov 27, 2011 7:22 pm

My recommendation: Start by analyzing your test results. Go through each question (whether right or wrong) and see the actual answer and solution. That way you know what was wrong in your approach and what you need to learn / change etc. That is the first step. Once you identify weaknesses, then you can take the next steps in getting the right books / practice etc.

All the best.
Just telling you what I know and think. I am not the expert. :)