Don't focus on the tests - I'd say forget them for now.
Spend quality time with the Math/Verbal workbooks and make sure you save/mark all questions you have an issue with. When you are done with each book, take the Quant/Verbal portion of the tests to see your progress and score. For verbal, would recommend that you also get either MGMAT SC
or PowerScore SC
and MGMAT CR
and MGMAT RC
books. If you are short on time, get the PowerScore Verbal Bible
Again - don't put emphasis on questions or tests - instead work on refreshing your knowledge and building math/verbal skills - you can polish test-taking skills later.
thanks for your response; i will thinking like wise i.e. stick to section tests and books . . and not chase full length CATs
once i am done with the work books (basically i am revising them now, as i had already completed them 2 months ago) . . . and have re worked on the error log
up till now, i want to move on to Manhattan 8 guides (which i have with me). . . is there a way to go through them . . . any particular way to mix them all up ( say verbal and quant on alternate day etc) . . .how much time do these books needs . . . and as i understand these use OG's . . .does it mean that by the end of it i would have completed OG's too.. . .
Any thought on the above, as manhattan is the last set of books that i would be doing followed by / along with OG's . . so i need a good strategy / discipline to work through them
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