Actually, I have 10 days to go before taking the exam.
I finished reviewing all 8 MGMAT books
, then just took my first
official practice exam (sans AWA). I scored 760 (47/47) and am quite shocked by receiving such a high score. My goal is at least 650 on the exam, with a secret goal of 700+, so I am obviously thrilled...but a bit suspicious. I hope this wasn't a crazy anomaly.
So far, I have read the 8 MGMAT books
(stopped half way through sentence correction), and worked all problem solving and data sufficiency OG questions plus a handful of each type of verbal. I have not worked many verbal because my diagnostics put me at avg-above avg in quants, but excellent in verbal.
What do you experts suggest I concentrate on most during my last preparation week?
I am leaning toward spending about 3/4 of the remaining time on quant and the rest on verbal, since quant is such a lower percentile. Plus, I haven't even looked at AWA prep, but figure one day's practice on AWA should be sufficient??
Any suggestions would be appreciated. (PS, I am 48 years old, so a kick-ass score may help my prospects more than it would most people's). Based on the demographic statistics of the schools I have looked at, I would be the oldest student by quite a large margin. Funny, I don't feel THAT old.