Thanks for the question! Caitlin, one of our GMAT Student Advisors, sent you a reply, but I figured it could be helpful to post it here as well:
Right now, the only way to analyze your CAT scores is to review the results page from your actual CAT. On this page you can see the questions you answered incorrectly, and the amount of time you've spent on each one. My advice to figure out your specific weaknesses would be to review the Concept Queue and the Progress page to identify the areas you should focus your time.
I took a look at your last CAT attempt and for the Quant section, you really want to focus on Data Sufficiency as this is your biggest weakness. Specifically, you should focus on numbers 13, 17 and 27 as you really should have answered these correctly. For the Verbal section, you should be focusing on critical reasoning and sentence correction. On your last attempt you should look at number 29 because you spent way too much time on that question and you should have answered it correctly.
Your pacing doesn't seem terrible, with the exception that you seem to rush through the problems near the end of the test because you haven't allotted yourself enough time for these questions. Remember, the questions at the end of the test are just as important as the questions in the beginning.
Hope this helps & best of luck studying!
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