Firstly, thanks a lot to each and every one of the contributors for sharing their views and making this a wonderful platform. I have been around this forum for quite a while but this is my first post.
My GMAT is scheduled for 10th Sept 2010 and I have been self-preparing for it for the last two months.
At this stage in my prep process I have been concentrating on solving as many Practice Tests as I can and have seen a upward trend in my scores.
However, off late as the number of practice tests that I am doing is increasing, instead of improving, my scores have started falling and this is really bothering me. I am very scared that I may be doing something wrong which is affecting my scores adversely.
Could anyone of you please share your thoughts on what is that I may doing wrong or more importantly what is it that I can do right in the limited time that I have to make sure that my scores are back on track.
I would really appreciate any input I can receive at this stage which will help me rectify the trend.
Below is the summary of my performance on the tests that I have taken:
1. GMAT Prep (No preparation): 480/800
2. GMAT Prep (Post 1 month prep): 680/800
3. Platinum GMAT: 630/800
4. Veritas Prep
5. Knewton Prep: 660/800
6. CatPrep GMAT Simulator: 660/800
7. Princeton Review
(Free Test): 620/800
8. 800Score: 660/800
9. Princeton Review
(Test-1): 640/80010. Princeton Review (Test-2): 590/800
11. 800Score: 560/8000
12. Princeton Review (Test-3): 580/800
Thanks in advance and I am eagerly looking forward to hearing from you.
Warm Regards, SG.