My advice is to be careful and not go overboard with the CAT's. Your schedule provides some room toward the end to taper off and relax, so that's good. But there's a fine line between 100 percent ready and burnout. Just keep that in mind in case some adjustments are called for.
Thanks bmillan01 for your honest and genuine advice. Appreciated!
I agree with you, and, in next 16-17 days left, I plan to take the least amount of CATs possible. I guess I will do 1 MGMAT, 1 GMATPrep and 1 double trouble (Kaplan
+ Knewton same day). That way I have ton of time in my hand to revise concepts, review my mistakes and do targeted practice.
I am focusing on reviewing my mistakes and fine tuning all my weaknesses for next 7-8 days. In last 7-8 days, I plan to primarily focus on my strengths and, if possible, try to remove any margin of error in those. And hope for the best
I am not intending to rigor myself trying to cover all the material people keep talking about. I know that GMATPrep docs are important to cover; however, I will try to cover them as much as I can - maybe 25-50% if not more - while following the right process: more importantly continue to refine my thought process, realize what I tend to overlook even when I solve something correct, understand if I could have done a better job by answering the question more quickly, and of-course try to understand how can I not repeat a mistake if get something wrong. Trying to rush through the ton of materials, I don't want to burn myself out by doing ton of practice. As you said it is important to realize the fine line b/w be ready and be burnt-out.
Does that plan for the last fortnight sound reasonable? Any other advice would you or anybody else like to give me so that I can continue to gear up my momentum?