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Hi, dont lose hope.i too have been following your posts on this forum and i seriously admire your quant skills... have a few beers and do some self-analysis where you went wrong.... it is never too late to start all over again....im sure u'll crack the 700-750 barrier next time..
well unfortunately i am stuck R2 deadline are just 2 weeks away and I cant retake until 4 weeks.
also i will retake..i am hoping to get some perspective on what i should do improve my skills?
Q i dont know..this happened to me before as well..i guess i am just used to dealing with tougher problems and the simpilest ones get me? i dont know..
also CR on the real exam seemed weird..
42Q is way bit low and any improvement there could get you to the 700 level. If I were you I would spend all the energies learning/practicing number properties to the extent that you almost never make any mistake in it. Also, I would repeat the GMAT club challenges and this time the goal is not to make any mistakes there - meaning spending plenty time on questions/concepts you don't get right!
For CR, get hold of some of those LSAT paper tests (don't have'em send me a message and I'll email you a copy) and may be improve your SCs to have more time available for CRs!
You should see a difference in your confidence and skill level before you register/take the next test, that is if higher score is something mandatory for you.
You arent that far from your goals, don't give up on them.
Just looked at forum... Sorry to hear such news Q42? I don't believe. It was just not your day. You should carefully analyze what happened: lack of concentration, some special area of math and so on. I don't think GMAC was wrong. Rather you made a few silly mistakes. If you need any help, PM me in any time.