My practice test scores are:
MGMAT1 47Q (didn't do verbal)
MGMAT2 48Q (didn't do verbal)
MGMAT3 49Q 35V 690 total
MGMAT4 49Q 40V 730 total
GMATPREP1 50Q 39V 730 total
GMATPREP2 50Q 41V 750 total
In the first GMAT prep exam I missed 4 SC, 2 CR and 2 RC. Second GMAT prep exam I missed 5 SC, 2 CR and 0 RC. Half the CR in both exams I missed because I read a word incorrectly.
I'm spending more time per question on sentence correction than the other two question types. I haven't studied CR or RC at all, just practice questions. I've gone through the SC OG, MGMAT SC
twice and Aristotle twice and Aristotles new 100 question bank (missed ~7 of first 50 and then only 1 miss in last 50).
I'm not sure what to do.. With only a week left and with only having time on weekends to do practice tests, how much time should I put into SC and what should I practice? Note that I still haven't taken the last two MGMAT exams and any additional math prep might move me closer to a 51 or at least consolidate the 50..
I can spend 2-3 hours a night during the week and then I'll have the entire weekend.. Test is on the thirteenth and the goal is to get the maximum score possible (several peers have scored in 750-770 range and I'd like to beat them). Please advise.Posted from my mobile device
Practice some advanced Quant questions for 30 - 45 mins every night. (You can check out the 700+ level Quant questions on GMAT Club)
With a week to go there isn't much time to work on new material. You basically need to consolidate all that you already know and keep yourself in a positive frame of mind (which means no late nights, no stressful activities). Take just the Verbal section of whatever practice tests you have. Afterwards, analyze every question properly. Try not a miss a single CR/RC question (read every word properly). You cannot afford to make 'silly mistakes'.
Do not stress yourself out. Relax on 11th and 12th and stay away from your books. You probably know enough to score in 750 - 800 range; it's going to be a game of nerves. During the test, try to give every question your best and don't try to second guess the software (this question is easier than the previous one - why? etc).