Hope you are doing well. Excellent job on your verbal! If you slacked a bit on verbal then a dip isn't abnormal although I might contribute the dip to the MGMAT CAT verbal and its scoring. I don't like any "fake" GMAT verbal. I've seen big ups and downs from students taking the verbal section of MGMAT CATs. For the next two weeks you might consider blasting through the verbal sections of the GMAT Paper Tests. These are great practice. I might also consider getting through all the Medium/Hard verbal from the Question Pack 1 software. In addition, finish all of the Medium/Hard verbal from the OG 13
. If you want to have the experience of a full test you can combine the GMAT Paper Test Verbal with MGMAT Quant.
For Quant it looks like you have only taken 2 MGMAT CATS - I would take the rest of them and then maybe even reset them and take them again. People have different opinions on this but I am in favor of a lot of timed Quant the month before the real GMAT
. While taking the exams focus on:
1. Organized problem solving (avoid careless mistakes)
2. Not rushing but keeping Forward momentum (if you don't have a plan after a minute or so then move on).
Remember that the review is the most important part
so don't skimp on it. Maybe this post on GMAT Study Habits
will be helpful. Are you consolidating the Quant formulas and strategies that you are learning in to some kind of notebook? That can really help get all of your GMAT magic solidified.
Good job working through the OG 13
, in addition I would consider working on the Medium/Difficult Quant from Question Pack 1 and retaking GMAT Prep 1 and 2 (at least the Quant sections).
You still have the Exam Pack with tests 3 and 4 which you can take about a week from now. That 700+ is close - let's consolidate all of the things that you know and make it happen! Let me know if you have any questions.
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