You also might want to look at the way you are studying. It does sound like you've taken a lot of practice tests. As previous posters have mentioned, have you been analyzing them and focusing on your weak areas? When you do problems, do you then go back and analyze how it went wrong, or do you look at the answer and move on? It's useful to do questions more than once, making sure you really understand the tactics and strategies used in each particular question. Often, you can do a question in more than one way, which will help. Our Official Guide Companion is particularly good at explaining the answers in a detailed way so you can use different skills to work with them.
I would suggest reading this article, which has some good tips on how to prepare for the GMAT: http://www.manhattangmat.com/strategy-s ... t-prep.cfm
Caitlin Clay | Manhattan GMAT Student Services Associate | New York
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