Good to ask the question. Without being there by your side, it's a little tougher to comment specifically question by question on your experience. But, do remember of course that the GMAT is an 'adaptive' test. So.. you may have gotten a fair number of questions wrong, but if they are all super-hard (i.e. 700+ level questions), that obviously affects your score trajectory differently than if you were getting a bunch of 500-level questions wrong. We've always stressed (and reminded) that because it's adaptive, the test 'should' feel hard for everyone, regardless of your score level.
Let me know if this is helpful.
Brian Lange | Manhattan GMAT Instructor | North Carolina
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