I appeared for GMAT on 11-Sep , and was quite disappointed with a score of 600 ( Q 48, V 25)
I gave all adaptive tests from Manhattan Gmat
, and I never scored a scaled score below 35 in Verbal in all the 6 tests.I don't know what went wrong on the he D-day.
Anyways I am planning to appear for the second time at the end of Nov, and am putting all my efforts into Verbal.
What I have noticed in my practice tests is that, if I don't hurry to answer any question in Verbal, I get almost 90% correct ( be it RC, SC or CR ) , but what I have noticed that I reach only the 25th or 26th question when I have only 10 mins to go. So then I run through the last 15 questions or so in the last 10 mins and get most of them wrong. I know that 10 mins is enough to answer correctly at least 4 out of the left over 15 question, but my mind doesn't remain calm. So I can't concentrate then.
Later, when I revise the test, I find that the left over 15 questions were easy, and I could have got at least 12 of it as correct , provided I had time.
Hence, what I find is that my accuracy is good, but I am not able to solve the questions fast.
Could you please suggest me any strategy as to how I can overcome this ?
Another question - Last time while appearing for GMAT I bought and solved manhattan gmat
all 6 practice tests. This time I want to buy some other vendor. Do you have any suggestion any vendor to practice the full length tests? I want to have more challenging verbal questions
Thanks & Regards
Didn't give up !!! Still Trying!!