Don't be lost! That does nothing but waste mental and physical energy. The best way to improvement is by finding a few small wins to get the ball moving in the right direction. Two immediate thoughts:
1. At this stage, it's easy to get caught up in a lot of the data that's available, but you need to focus on the things that truly 'matter' the most to get you to your target score. One of those things to forget -- the average score of the questions you've been working on. Why? Because that's not something you can directly influence/improve without making other changes first. It's more of a 'dependent' variable. Not that it is unimportant -- it's just not the thing you need to focus on.
2. Timing and leaving questions unanswered/rushing. This needs to be fixed/addressed, because it's such a huge opportunity to make real improvement on your exam. Encourage you to take a look at this great article on our website -- http://www.manhattangmat.com/blog/index ... nt-part-1/
-- really provides some compelling thoughts and tips on how to address this issue.
Lastly, try to stay positive -- and make up a plan that allows you to feel and experience forward progress every day. It's important!
Best of luck.
Brian Lange | Manhattan GMAT Instructor | North Carolina
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