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Best Approach to Practice Questions? [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 08:51
About a year ago, I took the GMAT and scored a 650. If I recall correctly, I had a 41V/39Q. I have always been stronger in verbal than math and that test was not the exception; still, I was disappointed because I was consistently scoring in the 720 range on the GMAT prep tests and in the 650 range on Kaplan (which was equivalent to a 720 based on GMAT Club's predictor).

I plan on taking the test again in about 2.5 months. I plan on taking 6-7 CATs (Kaplan/MGMAT/GMAT prep) and will use the off days to practice problems, mostly quant with some Verbal thrown in there every other day. My question is, what is the best way to incorporate the difficult questions into my study plan? Right now. I plan on doing about 20 questions per day from either the official guide, Official quant, or Kaplan and then an additional 5 "difficult" questions from MGMAT advanced quant or from the forums. At some point I'd like to transition to the GMAT club tests but I'm just not sure when that makes the most sense.

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Re: Best Approach to Practice Questions? [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2012, 03:22
At 39 Quant you would be wise in spending time reviewing topics from a good source like MGMAT Strategy Guide. Advanced quant is useful once you reach Q46
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