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Stuck at Q45 [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2013, 15:00
For the past three months, my quant score has been stuck at 45. I hit q47 once on a GMATPrep CAT a few weeks ago, but for the most part, my score has consistently been q45 on both GMATPrep and MGMAT CATs. I'm looking to improve to q48 or 49.

I've used the MGMAT guides and Knewton, and worked through about half of the OG questions. Should I just continue practicing and reviewing OG problems?

I'm looking for any recommendations to boost my quant score.
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Re: Stuck at Q45 [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2013, 15:02
Check out this guide - its tailor made for you: how-to-improve-your-quant-from-q44-to-q50-141670.html

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Re: Stuck at Q45 [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2013, 15:55
DefyingGravity wrote:
For the past three months, my quant score has been stuck at 45. I hit q47 once on a GMATPrep CAT a few weeks ago, but for the most part, my score has consistently been q45 on both GMATPrep and MGMAT CATs. I'm looking to improve to q48 or 49.

I've used the MGMAT guides and Knewton, and worked through about half of the OG questions. Should I just continue practicing and reviewing OG problems?

I'm looking for any recommendations to boost my quant score.


Definitely get through all OG questions. Suggest you look at videos on http://www.gmatquantum.com/, I found these helpful.

I also highly recommend karishma's blog, excellent quant approach. https://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2011/0 ... -question/

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