first of all, "kiss the gmat", thank you soooooo much! You cannot imagine how you make me feel better. I have to admit that the gmat preparation has been really stressful those days because I really want to do my best!! I think that thanks to you I will do just a few more gmatclub tests
(in math) and start studying the verbal!
Dawgie, I am not using the MGMAT quant guides, I am only working with the gmatclub tests
and the three official books! I also bought a french book at the very beginning just in order to know the gmat a bit better! In France, nobody knows the gmat....
Shaselai, I am not quite sure I understood your question, but if I did, here are the questions I failed at first :
PS: 18, 28, 29, 65, 69, 75, 86, 79, 103, 110 (english comprehension...), 118, 142, 145 (the toughest for me...), 148, 156, 157 (pretty tricky), 162 and 174.
DS:30, 32, 66, 70, 71, 91, 102, 123.
These are the questions in the gmat quantitative 2nd edition. If you have a look on those questions you might sometimes not understand how I could failed them. Usually, those mistakes are due to a bad english comprehension or even an absent-mindedness.
Thank you all again !!