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Just took the Gmat today and scored a 530. Confused about my own score because I normally sore 600+ on my tests. I've bought both kaplan/princeton review books. Did the OG and online challenges but I still don't do well on quant because of pacing and time. Extremely frustrated....if anyone on this forum experiences the same problems..please give me some advice.
main problem-pacing and not having enough time to fully think out problems. time pressure increases careless mistakes.
I think my main issue is that I get nervous when I take the GMAT and I end up clamming up and messing up the pacing.
I usually score 44-45 on quant on GMATprep and high 20s on my verbal. I need to work on verbal. CRs and SCs are killing me.
OG-best questions but only questions in the end are harder ones.
Verbal- heard MGGMAT is the best.
Quant- as long as I get pacing down and don't make stupid mistakes i'm sure i can get 45+.
I've already taken the gmat twice and received the same score. This second score has really hit me hard but I just know i can do better. I do much better on paper than on the computer. I'm trying to study smarter..any advice?