I forgot to mention my Quant tests score. Following are the scores for better evaluation:Princeton review
: I feel question are quite easy when compared to Manhattan and GMAT Economist
and score are not changing even I am able to correct 31 out of 37 question.
TEST 1. Q46
TEST 2. Q46
TEST 3. Q46
) : Given two days back
FREE TEST: Q47
Manhattan : Given at starting of my preparation around a 1.5 month back.
Free test : 44
Please suggest an approach to achieve a score of Q49 -Q51.
I would like to know your score in either the free official prep test from mba.com or the free Veritas prep
test (since I know that our scores are quite accurate). Also, if I assume that your score is around 46 currently (taking a cue from the scores you have given), it means your basics are all in place. You are probably not doing well in the advanced applications i.e. 700+ level questions. Again, the problem may not be in every area so you need to find out the topics you trip most in (number properties/algebra/geometry/statistics/sets...) You have taken enough tests to be able to analyze the data with some certainty. Once you identify the areas you have issues in you must go through more advanced concepts on that topic (such as those discussed on my blog) and you must practice lots of 700+ level questions. Many of them require you to be innovative to be able to complete them in within two minutes. Practice will help stimulate creative thinking.
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