I've been studying GMAT since beginning of June and got decent scores on two practice tests. One was the Princeton Review
and the score was 630.
I was confident to do good on the actual GMAT exam, but I did horrible on my first one which was 470.
I am really really depressed with this score but gotta do something to improve this score (my target is 600-650) but I do not know where to start.
My GMAT materials are Kaplan
and Official Guide for GMAT review. Should I keep on practicing with both books? Is there any point that I should focus on practicing? Any advise will help, since I am kinda lost...
Thank you in advance!!!
No need to get depressed... Start afresh again with OGs.. analyze the correct as well incorrect expalantions to answer choices.
I'll recommend you find out your strenght and weaknesses as soon as possible and then lay emphasis on weaknesses.
Use CR & RC Bible, OGs, MGMAT stategy guides..
Practice a lot as time management is of great essence..
All teh best..
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