MGMAT #1 480 (Q28, V27)
MGMAT #2 550 (Q38, V28)
MGMAT #3 550 (Q37, V29)
MGMAT #4 610 (Q36, V37)
MGMAT #5 490 (Q28, V30)
MGMAT #6 580 (Q37, V33)
GMAT Prep #1 480 (Q33, V24)
Ended up with 11/14 CR, 5/12 RC, and 6/15 SC. RC had one passage that killed me. I'm just baffled at my SC.
Been studying for about 3-4 months now. This past week I focused on verbal like no other. And if anything, I neglected quant. I'm content with the Q33, although come the actual test I'd like to be around Q36-Q40. I did problems on GMAT Club and the GMAT Club Grammar Book
, mainly SC since that was my issue, getting 80-90% correct.
I'm hoping for any score above 650. I had a lot of hope after MGMAT #4 and even after MGMAT #6, but with GMAT Prep being the most accurate mock available, I'm disappointed.
I realize the general consensus is do an error log
, review the types of problems I'm having issues with, then practice those problems until I'm doing better than 80% or 90%, but I've gone through so much material (MGMAT, OG, GMATCLUB) I wouldn't know where to even begin an error log
Now even sure what I'm looking for in regard to replies. I just had to share my frustrations with the people in the GMAT world.
edit: How did I get a Q33 with 11 incorrect answers? For MGMAT #2 I got a Q38 with 17 incorrect answers, MGMAT #3 a Q37 with 19 incorrect answers, MGMAT #4 a Q36 with 20 incorrect answers, and MGMAT #6 a Q37 with 19 incorrect answers. Isn't that too much of a discrepancy to be based on the algorithm?