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Is 41 --> 45 Quant realistic in 1 month?

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Is 41 --> 45 Quant realistic in 1 month? [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2008, 16:03
I currently have a 41 quant and looking to hit 45. Is it a realistic goal in 1 month time?

I also want to go 38 --> 40 verbal during the same month. Thoughts?
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Re: Is 41 --> 45 Quant realistic in 1 month? [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2008, 16:58
Not at all problem. Spend around 2 hour daily on Quant (1 hour revising basics and doing examples and 1 hour in solving problems both PS and DS questions) and around 3 hour on verbal (1 hour each on SC, CR, and RC).

Do not forget to be active member in this forum. As lots of question comes, which are from varied difficulty level as well varied topics. That will also give you a good lead.

Best of luck.
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Re: Is 41 --> 45 Quant realistic in 1 month? [#permalink] New post 25 Mar 2008, 17:16
I am assuming that you scored a 41 on GMAT Prep. I scored a 44 on quant on GMAT Prep #2, which I took 2 weeks before the actual test. I scored a 48 on quant on the actual exam. While my results may be rare, the reason is probably due to the fact that I took my time on the first 10 questions on the real one but not the practice one. Make sure you get those correct, even if you spend up to 3 minutes on a couple of them...it has a HUGE effect. Also, do NOT leave any blank at the end of either section.

The only other advice I can offer is just to review the mistakes you have been making. However, I think once you reach a certain point in your quant skill level, the rest of your time should be spent on test strategies (pacing - getting first 10 right, but still finishing the test, guessing, etc).
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Re: Is 41 --> 45 Quant realistic in 1 month? [#permalink] New post 28 Mar 2008, 18:15
This is very possible. I think you need to spend more time reviewing the OG 11 material. Spend more time developing your timing and make sure you are sharp when you review the question stems.

Dedicate 2hrs/ day and 3-4/hrs over weekends and practice timed sessions of 20+ Quant questions. This will certainly help you build your endurance.
Re: Is 41 --> 45 Quant realistic in 1 month?   [#permalink] 28 Mar 2008, 18:15
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