I took my gmat prep 1 on 11th Jan.. got a 650 ( Q 47, V33) and the gmat prep 2 today . got a 640(Q 47, V31)
Manhattan cat1 ( Nov 15th ) : 640 ( Q 40, V 36)
Manhattan cat2 ( a week ago): 630(Q 44, V32)
Manhattan cat3 ( a week ago): 640 ( Q 44, V 33)
I have my gmat on 31st Jan.
I am currently on leave and I want to improve as much as possible
both in Quant and Verbal and I will spend equal time on both.
Starting tomorrow till 24th ( 11 days), I will work on the below mentioned strategy:
I have analysed both the bests and found that I need to improve on the time management on Verbal.
To improve on this, I have decided to solve a random mix of 41 Qs of SC, CR and RC at a stretch and then analyse them. This will help me build competency if there's been any gap so far.
RC: Ron's videos did help me but I don't know how to go beyond the competency I have currently achieved.
SC: Have spend a lot of time on this. Yet, I get a few questions wrong on mock. I am pretty strong on grammar rules, yet I go wrong sometimes.
CR: I have serious problems with questions that test quant.. Percentage based, statistics based, etc I am gonna try my best to work on these
To improve on Quant, I have decided to solve the questions again from OG which I had marked during my preparation. I will spend 45% of my quant efforts on this, 45 % effort on solving GMAT Prep Questions and 10% effort on revising the notes comprising formulas and takeaways noted down during prep.
Have problem with P&C and Probability, mixtures,weighted averages: Will try to work on them. will watch Ron's videos if feasible.
Making careless mistakes: will develop habits to counter this problem.
On 25th, 26th and 27th, I will take Manhattan Mocks.
28th: IR 3-4 hours
29th: IR 2 hours
30th: 1 hour
31st: Attack!Please let me know whether this strategy is fine or if it needs some tweaking.
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