I took GMAT on 20th AUgust 2013 and scored 650 (Q 50/V27). I ll have to retake the exam as the score is very imbalanced.
To add some imformation I scored 700 on my last GMAT Prep attempt. I figured out a month before the exam that I need some serious work on verbal, so I took e-GMAT
SC course and went through it in 10 days time. After that I was very happy to see that my accuracy on OG questions improved (from 75% to around 85 %). I was working on CR too but to no positive outcome. So, I decided to take e-GMAT
CR course too(this was around 3 weeks before the exam date).I went through the entire material and but my accuracy did not improve much, only positive was that I was able to start pre-thinking, but then probably I needed more time to master it.
Now, I plan to retake, and I need some help from experts related to strategy I should adopt.
Seeing the score in my first attempt I figure that the strategy I adopted for my first attempt for Quant would be good enough, following Bunuel and solving each and every question he answers on a day to day basis.
Regarding Verbal , now my target will be nothing less than a 40 and I would say that I need to focus on all three, RC, CR, SC with same vigor. The problem is that I have already gone through the best in market (e-GMAT
), so now what? I have exhasuted almost all official questions too.
I request the experts to kindly guide me through this.