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GMAT in 19 days! Breaking down Practice Tests

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GMAT in 19 days! Breaking down Practice Tests [#permalink] New post 03 Nov 2011, 10:56
Hello all, long time reader first time writer. I will be taking my GMAT in 2+ weeks and am struggling to find an approach of where to go from here.

My MGMAT CAT scores:
1) Q44 V35= 650
2) Q46 V34= 660
3) Q43 V45= 720
4) Q46 V37= 680

I am unsure of how to break down the test results to see what I need to work on. With MGMAT I can go back to the questions and see where I went wrong. But is this even useful?

I find that in the quant section I will see the question I freak out and often have trouble figuring out how to start the problem. Once I have figured it out (if I do) I will end up guessing quite frequently. I've done 100s of OG problems but none are really up to the challenge of the true test when I am getting many 700+ problems.

Thanks for any suggestions you may have!
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Re: GMAT in 19 days! Breaking down Practice Tests [#permalink] New post 07 Nov 2011, 11:25
how long do you spend reviewing? This is absolutely key to seeing consistent results.

What I would do is take the questions from the exams you took (both right and wrong) and figure out why what you did was right or what you did was wrong. You can get help by putting the question into google and right down what type of question it was (SC,RC PS, DS, etc) then maybe a subset...such as subject verb for SC or find the assumption for CR.

Then go back and study the material again for those sections (whatever guide you used) and find questions related to the OG (particular the harder questions) and try to solve them or use forum questions.
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