I have 5 weeks until the GMAT and am concerned that I may not have enough tests left to complete. My original study plan was as follows:
2005 CAT #1-4, Kaplan
2006 CAT #1-4, Manhattan GMAT
Test at Manhattan location 1 week before test, GMATPrep tests
Wed and Thu week of test (Actual test on Sat Mar 25)
Below are my scores so far:
2005 CAT #1 - 540
#2 - 550
#3 - 610
#4 - 590
Then today, I took the Kaplan
2006 CAT #1 only to find that many of the questions (mostly in verbal) were recycled questions from the 2005 CD.
I ended up receiving a 740 on this exam, though I feel that the recycled questions definitely helped.
Should I continue doing the Kaplan
Tests even though they seem to have many of the recycled questions just to build up stamina or should I purchase some other materials?
BTW, here are the list of the materials I currently have:
Edition - Gone through most of the questions due to the MGMAT guides
7 Manhattan GMAT guides
(have gone through 6 of the guides, doing every single question in each, and creating an error log
of incorrect questions)
2005/2006 - Books are very similar, bought them for the practice tests, which also seem similar
- not started yet, will once MGMAT guides
GMATTER - use program simply for 60-70 min set questions, as no explanations are provided
And of course GMAT Club - which has the most difficult quant problems bar none.
Please let me know what would be the best course of action for the remaining 5 weeks. Your advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks so much for your help.