I could not find a thread focusing specifically on this issue, but please point me in right direction in case I have been sloppy.
I have been doing Quant for a while and certainly saw some improvement in my score, but not to the point where I can solve more difficult problem quicker and more accurate. I still do them but it takes me a while to get there. And since there are many threads on strategies to improve your time, etc (and they are helpful to a large extent but somewhat digress from what I would like to get a view on). I wanted to address a specific issue of properly reviewing your quant work after a set of problems gets completed. What do you do, how long do you do, and how do you review your work in a way that you felt bumped your level from say 42Q to 47-50? Any proper structure? Obviously, those who were originally gifted in the section may not even know the answer to this question but I hope there are a few who did struggle with math initially and eventually went on to pick (to some) the magic score of 49-51Q.
Thanks for attention and help.
First of all, i am not expert.
It seems you are going thru a similar phase thru which i had gone earlier.
I have illustrated my way of approaching to GMAT quant in the link below. Quant was my absolute weakness throughout my school education. I got only 54 out of 150 in quant in matriculation exam but since then i have gradually improved my quant performance. Recently got 47 in Manhattan CAT in Quant. So IMO this may atleast partially help you.help-evaluate-my-problem-149749.html
Keeping the error log
will be be helpful in spotting the weak areas and improving upon them systematically.ds-trouble-help-analyze-ds-error-log-need-feedback-147407.html
Also in my signature i have attached my articles on Co-ordinate Geometry, Rate and distance. You can review that as well to check the conceptual clarity on those topic.
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