Q: 49, 90%ile
V : 40, 90%ile
- Total Preparation Time: 1 month, 20 days
- Do not waste time on the first 1/3rd questions of any section (but for sentence correction) in OG. The final 1/3rd questions are only worth your time.
- Do not trust Kaplan
scores: My scores: 600, 670, 590, 620; Kaplan
Quants is too easy, verbal is good.
- Manhattan - Buy the Sentence correction book, you get the free online tests as well. I took only 2 of the 4 tests though, again, do it just to see a variety of questions; do not get bothered by the score.
- Princeton: What a waste !
- Gmatprep: Take both exams, reinstall; Should not repeat more than 4 questions in any section. Make sure you can solve every SENTENCE CORRECTION from GmatPrep, I got 2 questions FROM GMATPrep in my ACTUAL GMAT, good for me, I did not have to think before clicking the answer.
: Teach really nice shortcuts to solve problems. The level of questions is higher than GMAT, but practicing them helped me cut down my careless mistakes, and I learnt to perform under pressure. Besides, I could see how others faired on these questions, and that gave me confidence,
- I do not understand why, but the questions in actual GMAT Quants were way easier than anything I had seen before, much easeir than even GMATprep.
- If you are affluent in English, do not bother going through the whole list of essays and arguments, go through some of them and write a couple just to get in the groove.
Oh, and my GmatPrep scores:
Re-install, about 4 questions repeated in every section: