I really enjoyed reading the posts here. Many were inspirational and the problems posted are great! I have been studying GMAT on and off for around 2 months, but really devoted a large chunk of time to it these past 3 weeks. I went through a lot of review books, including Princeton Review
- Cracking the GMAT
- GMAT Premier Program, GMAT 800
, Arco, Peterson's Review exercises, Official Guide, Official Guide - Verbal, Kaplan
CD-ROM, and practice tests from GMATPrep CD. I feel like I am not improving and am very demoralized and burnt out. I took the practice exam also from http://www.crack-gmat.com/
and only got a 585! In other practice tests, I've been scoring in the mid-600s. I am re-doing a lot of problems I did wrong, but I feel like since I went over the explanations, I know a lot of answers by heart already. I am taking the GMAT next Monday and feel like there's nothing I can do to raise my score in so little time. I keep on making the stupidest mistakes in math and verbal and have gone through all the techniques, practice problems, but am still not improving. I also struggle with the really difficult math problems due to lack of time to find the solution.
What should I do? Please give me any advice you guys can share.