I have no issues with verbal but always struggled with math, which blows my mind since I'm an Asian engineer. But anyway, my first GMAT I got Q41. I went through GMAT Hack's Math Bible, about 3/4 of Knewton
, MGMAT Number Properties
, kept an error log
and tried to tackle certain perceived weaknesses, and have improved my Quant to about Q44/Q45 on a consistent basis.
What should be my next step if I want to score in the Q49/Q50 range? I know the GMATClub tests
(which I have access to but haven't done yet) are a good resource - but are they enough? I really liked the MGMAT Number Properties
guide but given that I probably don't need very basic review, is it worth purchasing the rest of the Math guides? Should I study additional "prep materials" or just do more problems?