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# Desperately Need Help in CR...

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Desperately Need Help in CR... [#permalink]  22 Mar 2014, 11:20
Hi All,

I took GMAT back in Sep 2012, and got disappointing 610 (Q49, V23). That was a disastrous and heart-breaking performance, for which I decided not to retake. However, I am not happy with my stagnant career, so I have decided to give GMAT another shot.

I am definitely sure that my poor result was due to the CR questions; I suck at them. I started preparing from Feb 1st week and targeting May 1st week for GMAT. I have taken two mock tests so far, and have got V38 (Kaplan) and V35(MGMAT). In both the practice sets, I have got 9 incorrect in CRs, which is bothering me too much.

I am very confused - I have over 90% accuracy in OG and standalone CR questions, but during the tests somehow I miss them. When I review the questions, I feel pity on me. Please help me with any tips that can resolve my problem.

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Re: Desperately Need Help in CR... [#permalink]  23 Mar 2014, 12:05
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Re: Desperately Need Help in CR...   [#permalink] 23 Mar 2014, 20:27
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