I took GMAT for the first time today and scored a 590 (Q-34, V-37)...and then created an account with GMAT Club (wish I had done this sooner.) I'm not happy with my score, but I'm also not surprised. I took the Kaplan
classroom prep course and left feeling confident that 700 or high 600's was in reach. After 3 months of studying, my CAT score did not improve much and varied from test to test. While I didn't feel like I was going to miraculously pull out a 700 today, I did feel like after so much studying I needed to just take it and see what happened. Now I know and I now I need to retake.
I've read quite a few posts today about retaking, but wanted to post my own topic since I am new to the forum. I'm looking for motivation to retake, tips, strategies, etc. While my scores are relatively balance, I definitely feel my weakness is in quant. I spent most of my time focused on that math and did very little verbal prep. I'm thinking about a math basics review and would love any recommendations on the best resources.
ANY insights, recommendations or kind words are welcome!