Feasibility of multi-times verify (MTV) scheme on triple-level cell (TLC) and quad-level cell (QLC) operations of charge-trap storage 3D NAND memories is investigated comprehensively. Results reveal that random telegraph noise (RTN) and program noise are the major factors affecting lower (LB) and upper boundaries (HB) of Vt distribution, respectively. Enlargement of operation window and reduction of ECC usage with MTV scheme to mitigate RTN-induced LB tail are demonstrated on TLC and QLC operations. In addition, the impact of program noise on HB Vt under various process conditions and ISPP steps is studied experimentally and also explained by our Monte Carlo simulator. Finally, program performance and reserved margin with and without MTV scheme applied on TLC and QLC operation are demonstrated.