Thanks for the honest reply. When reading the MGMAT books
, I don't think I gave myself a good enough foundation of the concepts before jumping into the problem sets and practice tests. I scored a 35 on math on the ACT so I thought I would breeze through the Q section and spent more time on the Verbal. It has been the complete opposite so far.
Do you think I am better off relearning the concepts or just going back to the beginning problems in the OG13 to master every problem then move onto an advanced quant book?
Also, do you believe it would be in my best interest to take time away from it then hit it hard when I am fresh? Recruitment for investment banking starts in a few weeks and will wrap up near mid October. I scheduled for next Friday to so I would not have to worry about both the GMAT and the IB interviews, and if I reschedule, I feel like I will be overwhelmed as I am also in my senior year in college.