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Having trouble dianosing/fixing my quant issues

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Having trouble dianosing/fixing my quant issues [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2011, 09:22
I don't seem to be improving in quant even though I focus entirely on quant (my verbal is a solid 94-97%). I just started using an error log yesterday,..sorry if this sounds like a stupid question,...but what benefit is the error log when my quant scores are 37 (46%)? Its like i'm lost at sea, not sure where to start. Once I note the problems I get wrong,..how do i fix it? Do I simply review the questions? Do i go to the OG and practice those types? When you score a 37,...it seems like the issues are too many to drill down on. I need help focusing in. Diagnosing my issues with an error log is completely out of my comfort zone.

I'm trying to force myself to try this since nothing else has worked.
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Re: Having trouble dianosing/fixing my quant issues [#permalink] New post 10 Oct 2011, 07:34
mooze wrote:
I don't seem to be improving in quant even though I focus entirely on quant (my verbal is a solid 94-97%). I just started using an error log yesterday,..sorry if this sounds like a stupid question,...but what benefit is the error log when my quant scores are 37 (46%)? Its like i'm lost at sea, not sure where to start. Once I note the problems I get wrong,..how do i fix it? Do I simply review the questions? Do i go to the OG and practice those types? When you score a 37,...it seems like the issues are too many to drill down on. I need help focusing in. Diagnosing my issues with an error log is completely out of my comfort zone.

I'm trying to force myself to try this since nothing else has worked.



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