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About Ron's last Thursday's session

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About Ron's last Thursday's session [#permalink] New post 27 Mar 2013, 05:15
Ron mentioned that for someone scoring from 35-40 in quant to improve he/she has to work more on strategies not content . In fact , this is perfectly my situation I scored on my 1st attempt a 36 and after 6 weeks of hard work started to score 40-43 despite I have never sensed any problems in the maths itself . my test is next Wed. what do you advise me to do during this week to improve quant strategies?

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Re: About Ron's last Thursday's session [#permalink] New post 21 Apr 2013, 07:40
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Ron mentioned that for someone scoring from 35-40 in quant to improve he/she has to work more on strategies not content . In fact , this is perfectly my situation I scored on my 1st attempt a 36 and after 6 weeks of hard work started to score 40-43 despite I have never sensed any problems in the maths itself . my test is next Wed. what do you advise me to do during this week to improve quant strategies?

Thanks in advance :)


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Did you re-schedule (since the post was put up in March)? Your strategy would depend on how much time you have.
A 40+ in Quant means that your basics are fine. Thereafter, speed, approach and application on higher level questions is what counts. Mind you, sometimes to solve those higher level questions, you need to go deeper in your concepts. Analyze your problem - why do you make errors? We need to know that to give you advice about how to improve.
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