I just came back from writing my GMAT and am still in a state of shock :S
I got an abysmal 520 with Quant at 33 and Verbal at 29 and would basically LOVE to hear your invaluable advice on firstly:
1) If there's hope to improve this to a decent 630 showing
2) HOW to get there?
3) How long do you think it would take to get there? (I'd like to take Sept off to relax, study in October and give it in mid Nov - is this realistic???)
I've been prepping mainly with the Veritas Prep
resources (I also took their course, which I didn't find as useful as the actual material). I also did the last 100 of the 11th Official guide questions for problem solving and the last 50 for data sufficiency, and did the GMAT Prep tests 3 times, as well as 4 800 Score practice tests and 5 Veritas prep
Th Quant section really killed me and I know I could have done much better - I saw the time run out and totally went blank and it went downhill from there
I should have known I wouldn't do so great, given, my practice test scores were in the 590-630 range, and didn't improve much. My question is - I know I have to work on my quant but I don't know where to begin?! Should I go back to theory review, or keep doing as many questions as possible and getting comfortable with seeing the same types of questions?
I am motivated to give this another last try, but have no idea how to approach my strategy and would GREATLY value your advice.
Thank you ....
(Still smarting over this GMAT slap in the face)