Hi - Responding to a PM.
Question: Currently 660-680. 20 Days away from test day, how do I get up into the 700s?
The key as you get closer to the test day is QUALITY not QUANTITY.
It's very tempting just to find every extra question you can and try and do as many as possible. This is futile. Simply because you don not learn from your mistakes.
Instead, take time to do every question, and to go over your mistakes. In order to truly improve you need to really understand why you got things wrong.
Then when you have understood. Move on. BUT - at the end of the day, re-do the questions you did earlier - that way you test that you really did learn. If you get any wrong, re-do the process.
Start with 10 questions, and move up, as you get better you'll be able to do 60+ questions that you've already done quickly and accurately.
Former GMAT Pill student, now on staff. Used GMATPILL OG 12 and nothing else: 770 (48,48) & 6.0
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