I'm pretty good at verbal things and freaking awful at physics. so i've spent this whole time studying for physics. i integrated BS in because i'm good at that and i know that repeated tests and memorizing details is basically key to acing the BS section as its mainly knowledge based. now, verbal is a problem...i have read too many strategies and don't like any of them because they are annoying and only applicable to the prep tests that accompany them. so my problem is, every time i pick up a verbal test i don't feel like doing it so i've been skipping verbal sections by telling myself that i most likely can't learn much else from reading random articles/stories because they probably won't have the exact same ones on the test. so this is a long rant basically asking for someone to tell me otherwise so i can convince myself that verbal is just as worthy of my time as physics and biology and that my ignoring verbal will make my retake verbal score drop below the 10 i already got. or can someone tell me they didnt practice verbal much and relied on natural skills and got a 10 or better?