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100 points for $49 worth of Veritas practice GMATs FREE VERITAS PRACTICE GMAT EXAMS Earn 10 Points Per Post Earn 10 Points Per Thanks Earn 10 Points Per Upvote ## Took the Manhattan GMAT and got a 410 ##### This topic has 1 expert reply and 4 member replies ## Took the Manhattan GMAT and got a 410 Hello I recently took the Manhattan GMAT simulation Test and ended up scoring a 410 Q-35,V-15. Clearly Verbal is my weakness and I need to push the quant score more.I am planning to take up the exam in december. Please suggest as to how to go about both the sections. ### GMAT/MBA Expert MBA Admissions Consultant Joined 11 Nov 2011 Posted: 2278 messages Followed by: 266 members Upvotes: 660 GMAT Score: 770 Does that mean you plan on taking the real GMAT in December? When? What is your target score? _________________ GMAT Answers provides a world class adaptive learning platform. -- Push button course navigation to simplify planning -- Daily assignments to fit your exam timeline -- Organized review that is tailored based on your abiility -- 1,000s of unique GMAT questions -- 100s of handwritten 'digital flip books' for OG questions -- 100% Free Trial and less than$20 per month after.
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Target score is around 680-710.I have started working on my weakness but some valuable inputs from your end will surely add a lot of value to my study plan.

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15 on Verbal is too less I think and means that you are concepts(and their application) is not strong enough yet. You may need to change the books you're using or the way you are studying to able to leapfrog to a decent score on Verbal.

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These are following books that I have been using for Verbal.

For SC- Manhattan SC

CR-Manhattan CR

RC-Manhattan RC

CR and SC are my vulnerable areas.Kindly suggest as to how to go about SC and CR areas.

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There are two things here. Firstly the books you use(read my debrief for the ones I used for SC and CR) and the way you use those books. Your focus should not be on completing the books fast but rather on understanding the stuff well and understanding the application of concepts

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