i am having trouble with verbal, mostly sc, could anyone suggest a good way to tackle this, my math is not bad, just the verbal that is bothering me. also how many hours should one usually spends on verbal.
verbal is tough, the only way that i know to get better is through practice, practice, practice.
First Manhattan SC or Princeton Review are good for SC, then you need to download 1000SCs and answer as many questions as u think necessary. These are good because they improve your SC scores
For CR us Powerscore CR Bible, its terrific, then Jump onto the 1000CR and answer as many questions from there, i heard that the LSAT ones are good because they are harder than the GMAT ones, but u can find the LSAT ones in the 1000CR doc so u can try for urself
For RC, I'll leave that up to u, there are some documents however i think its much better to develop thy own strategy and practice atleast 4 passages in a row without stopping to break in between, its important not to break because RC tends to get boring so if u train urself to sit through the passages u should be good. Also LSAT passages are much harder and hense are good for practice. Download 3000RC or 1000RC and ull get a bunch of gmat lsat and gre passages in there, i just did the gmat ones and some lsat ones
Other than that always check your wrong answers here, there are terrific explanations which will make u understand the questions better, especially for SC.
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