I am too stressed now to write something coherent, I am thinking about everything and nothing simultaneously...
I need a minimum of 650 to be accepted at Rotman, Schulich and Wilfred Laurie I am looking at. I scored 640 at the exam 1 hour ago...
Math part was very stressful, I encountered a couple of question types I've never seen before. One of the was sudoku-like, another was a table and one more ridiculous geometry question, which didn't have 180-sec solution at the first sight. I am sure that I had at least 12-14 DS questions, most of them coming in a raw. Difficulty - I would not say that I saw even 1 question at 750+ comparing to Bunuel's pickings (except unknown questions mentioned above). My perception was that I following a constant flaw of 650-700 GMAT questions. Eventually, despite my anxiety, Math part came up to Q49. I was working with Manhattan 8 books pack and CATs. For sure, real GMAT is easier than that. And, of course, gmatclub 700+ questions are harder.
But Verbal part completely destroyed me. I can hardly remember even one obvious answer, which you can pick without hesitation in 30 sec in either SC, RC or CR. I am sure that I saw at least two correct "being" usage in SC. I didn't even have a feeling of the difficulty. It was constantly "WTF is going on", which I sometimes experience on 700+ questions. I believe that first of all, I failed on SC, which I find many times harder than that from Manhattan: they were time consuming and testing on meaning and tense at once; only a couple of times I made a decent split based on idioms or other obvious mistakes. English is not my native thus verbal was never my strongest part, however I have never scored bellow 30... CRs were slightly harder than I expected, RC were at expected level.
I don't know if I should retake an exam or apply as is.
MGMAT1 - 610
MGMAT2 - 670
MGMAT3 - 640