My test is early next month(about two weeks from now), and I have given two practice tests recently
GMATPrep Test 1 - 690 (Q49,V34)Kaplan
Free Test - 670
So, when you are stuck at some quant problem and you know you can do it but you realize that you are exceeding the time you should be taking, how do you decide if and when to stop? (I try not looking at the clock too much)
I am really struggling with this and in the Kaplan
test I gave today, I had to guess 7 questions in quant at the end. Luckily i got 4 of them right and i got 94% but that makes my score more skewed. I seem to get stuck at some questions and take longer to get to the answer..is there strategy that i can use to overcome/avoid this? I noted from the official test that i got 49 even after getting 12 wrong, so i know i should be skipping some questions
Also, I lose concentration by the time I am half way through verbal
my verbal score has never gone above 34-35. I feel that I can improve a few points in verbal just by improving concentration level. But I'm mostly lost in this section and find myself mostly eliminating rather than confidently selecting the answer..
I studied from the MGMAT guides
, the OG & CR bible. Are there any resources that can improve my verbal in the next 5 or 6 days? I don't have much time..
I have access to the MGMAT tests and the 2nd GMATprep test that I am saving for later after I have exhausted the free CAT tests