Continuing what you doing is pretty futile, and yes it will get worse, so you either need to change and restart or quit.
Again, I cannot imagine what one could do preparing for a year or longer. Perhaps I am being too harsh or blind. Can you give us an example of what you have done in the last month or what you have covered/achieved?
Thanks for the replys.... sorry, got a little busy.
You are totally not being harsh at all.
Technically, I've been doing nothing this past month as I had already QUIT after I attempted to take a gmat practice test.
I just honestly wanted to know how long people have studied.
But since you asked what I have been doing.. here goes:
MGMAT 4th edition -> all of it
MGMAT 5th edition -> all of it MGMAT foundations
verbal/quant -> some of it
Thursdays with RON -> went through all 85 videos (yes really)MGMAT class
-> expensive as hell, but did the classroom study with about 12 other students in my class
Aristotle prep -> to supplement my verbal
GMATPILL.com -> did that after sucky results from MGMAT class
Official 12th edition -> pretty much did ALL the questions
Official 13th edition -> pretty much did ALL the questions
Official supplemental verbal/quant -> yep, did those
Office GMATPREP Q's (that I got off gmatclub, thanks!) -> yep did all those
GMATPREP test -> did those, scored highest on second test. Redid those for ~730's
My highest score was on GMATPREP 2nd test: 750
MGMAT tests -> did all 6, redid those = ended doing about 18 GMAT tests total for average of ~690
Even with all that, 650 was my highest official GMAT score.
The sad thing is my quant (which is strong) was ALWAYS ~47/49, but got a 45 on the actual test.
I pretty much spent an entire year + doing nothing but GMAT. There was a time where I had not watched TV in more than a year.
I dedicated every second to GMAT.
But honestly, the GMAT was not for me. It's pretty much been a huge time and money pit. I've pretty much tried EVERYTHING, and when I tried to do my last GMAT test, I just quit. I could not do any more problems. I don't want to sound arrogant, but I was one of the "highest" students in the MGMAT class
, but when it comes to the actual tests, I just always freeze. Some people are just good at things and GMAT was just not for me.