Using your more recent GMAT scores as a 'baseline' score, you have some serious work to do to raise your score 200+ points. The good news is that your Overall score goal is reasonable, so if you can commit the necessary time and effort, then you could probably hit your goal with 3 months of consistent study.
Since self-studying with books didn't seem to help you too much, we have to look at other options. You would likely benefit from taking a Course of some type. There are plenty to choose from and most GMAT companies offer some type of free resources so that you can "test out" a product before you buy it. We offer a series of free resources on our website (www.empowergmat.com
) so you should feel free to use all of them. The EMPOWERgmat
Course is self-study, so you can use it as much as you like for as long as you like and when you're ready to stop you can cancel your account. It will teach you all of the content, tactics, patterns and secrets to the GMAT, so you can focus on the practice.
If you have any questions, then just let me know.
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