I have been studying GMAT for a while. My English was poor and I didn't study well when I took my exam, so I just got 460 ( 29 Q and 23 V ). Now, my English is much better, and I am capable of studying such a hard materiel. So my first try wasn't a real experience.
I also must mention that when I started studying I didn't know much about math, I just knew the most basic things -/+/X/ and little bit of division.
I studied hard and took my second shoot and scored 510 ( 42 Q and 20 V ). I took some practice tests before this exam and they were much better. Kaplan
's was 570, and MGMAT was 580. So, I thought I should retake it and expect my score to be lower in the real test than the practice ones.
Then, after few weeks, I reviewed the materiel again and focused more in the verbal section, and took the exam again. This time my score was 570 ( 44 Q and 25 V). I took 4 practice test before I sat for the exam:
I just need to go above the 600s, so what should I do?