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Strategies to improve Quan from mid 40s to high 40s

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24 Sep 2012, 14:08
Hello all,

I have taken the real GMAT once and 3 practice tests and scored between 43-47. I have two more months and really want to push my quant score to upper 40s, and even 50s if possible.

I tried to look up some strategies here but did not find any post specifically for improving verbal scores into the high 40s range.
I read a couple GMAT success stories but want to see what you all suggest.

I have gone through all the Manhattan GMAT books once (not the Advanced Topics).
Right now, I have the following study materials but do not know where to start:
1. OG12 and 13.
2. Manhattan CATs and Question Banks (250 Hard Math).
3. GMAT Club Question Banks (I read in one of the success stories that it has some of the best hard questions).

I try to study at least 1-2 hr every day and 4-5 hrs on the weekends. Do you think 5-8 points increase in math is possible given I only have two months left? Any advise are much appreciated.
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24 Sep 2012, 18:21
You may like to check out my signatures down below. Good luck.
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Fire the final bullet only when you are constantly hitting the Bull's eye, till then KEEP PRACTICING.

A WAY TO INCREASE FROM QUANT 35-40 TO 47 : http://gmatclub.com/forum/a-way-to-increase-from-q35-40-to-q-138750.html

Q 47/48 To Q 50 + http://gmatclub.com/forum/the-final-climb-quest-for-q-50-from-q47-129441.html#p1064367

Three good RC strategies http://gmatclub.com/forum/three-different-strategies-for-attacking-rc-127287.html

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25 Sep 2012, 04:30
manage your time for practice.feel you are writing the main exam itself so that the time management will be accurate.hope you found usefull
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25 Sep 2012, 05:36
Thank you all. Great signature rajeevrks27.
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