I hope you are doing well. These tests are tough. You are doing fine. There's no need to worry about the score. The GMATClub tests
are great for learning some specific concepts and to practice your timing (especially your ability to let go and move on). I had two students recently that were getting in the 20's on these and ultimately one scored a 48 while the other scored a 49 on their real tests.
Thanks, HerrGrau. That kind of puts me at ease.
The thing that I'm confused about on these CATs as well is, if you get a few wrong in a row, isn't it supposed to adapt and give you a few easy questions to get back on track? How did I get 33 700 questions out of 41, when I got 17 of those 33 wrong?