Thanks IJR. I am definitely planning on working to improve the Quant score as well, but I have actually used most of the GMAT Club math tests already. Do you have any advice as to some equally beneficial practice problems for this?
As for Verbal, I think the RC and CR had been the toughest part for me, and that has been mostly staying focused through out the 75 minutes. Though I feel most comfortable with sentence correction, I still plan on practicing/improving in all facets. In your opinion, where are the best practice problems for the GMAT? I have used the Official Guide, MGMAT and Kaplan
so far, as well as the smaller exams from GMAT Club. Thanks again for your help.
For math, you could try some of Jeff Sackmann's problem sets as additional practice. I did his Extreme Challenge and thought it was pretty good, although a little heavy on the probability and combinatorics. I hear his other problems sets are pretty good too.
For verbal, Official Guide and Official Guide Verbal supplement questions are the best. For reading comprehension, you could try the difficult passages from Aristotle Prep's RC 99. Those are very difficult passages to get through, so they are pretty good practice (same concept as gmatclub tests
in that the questions are all really hard on purpose). Hopefully this helps a little.