First I have to say this whole forum is amazing. Everyone is rooting for everyone and its really great.
So I have started my gmat prep around a couple of months ago and am taking the gmat April 19th. I am shooting for a 700, 46 quant 40 verbal which seems reachable. I took a manhattan gmat
2 weeks ago and the quant was so hard so untimed I got a 43 quant 35 verbal, 640 total. That was my first time seeing the verbal section so I'm hoping I could raise that to at least a 40 with practice on SC. In quant, I have pounded and feel comfortable with algebra, arithmetic, and geometry ( the main topics which i'm happy about). The topics I need work on are work/rate, probability, and per/comb. I was never planning on studying probability and per/comb since it is usually one or 2 questions max. However, regarding rate and work questions I have no knowledge in that area and am looking for a way to really tackle it, since the gmat loves those.
Verbal wise, I am a native english speaker and RC i'm good with. CR I could improve, usually around 75 percent accuracy. SC I am terrible at and have to focus on.
My plan is for the next two weeks really pound out work/rate and SC as well as keep other quant fresh. Then start taking a practice test twice a week till the test while reviewing my error log
as well as flash cards at least once a day. In theory sounds great but its so hard to tackle areas like rate/work that I am so uncomfortable with. I always keep pushing it off. Its time to tackle it.
Can anyone give me advice on how to start with the rate/work problems and if this sounds good?
Thanks a lot everyone!