So, I am not really sure how this works, but I am a very serious candidate for GMAT. My target score is to clock around 750, since I need to apply to the top 10. I see people writing V37, does that mean they are actually getting 37 questions right out of 41 in Verbal? Because, if that’s the case, I am supposedly doomed.
I have trouble with Verbal, something that peeves me, since I have clocked a 700/800 on GRE once, and 99.2 percentile in Verbal CAT (the Indian version of GMAT).
Critical Reasoning: I am following the Manhattan Strategy Guide for CR . As of now, I have completed the problem sets of Manhattan and have attempted the OG questions. My accuracy rate for CR is around 75 – 80%. So, is it a good accuracy rate? I would love to take it up to 90%, if not 100, so well, any suggestions?
Sentence Correction: I followed the SC Grail for SC and I am right now, working on the Manhattan strategy guide. My SC accuracy rate is a steadfast 70%, which according to me is pretty low. A friend of mine, wrote the GMAT last year and got a 740. According to him, SC questions shouldn’t go wrong. Is he correct ?
RC: I am pretty much dependent on the novels and the newspaper that I read. Would start practicing this section soon.
I will write my GMAT on the 6th September and really, really want to fix these issues.
Some one please help !