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19 Sep 2011, 07:35
(Side Note: I am continually viewing my post while at work in hopes of seeing a reply. Thus far, I have 16 views, and no replies. ANYTHING that you can think of that MAY be helpful, would be welcome!--Thanks)

I have taken the following practice tests:

MGMAT 1: 630
MGMAT 1: 670
MGMAT 1: 700
MGMAT 1: 700
MGMAT 1: 680
MGMAT 1: 710

Official GMAT Practice Test 1: 710
Official GMAT Practice Test 2: 640

Scores are averaging 48 Q 36/7'ish verbal...

What is the best way to continue over the course of the next 4 days? Review all the MGMAT TESTS?? Take a handful of GMAT Club tests? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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19 Sep 2011, 08:32
baker2145,

At most, you can try another practice test but don't exhaust yourself. The actual GMAT exam involves psychological timing and confidence. (http://www.gmatpill.com/about/studying- ... trategies/)

To solidify your confidence, you should pick questions from the 2 official practice tests randomly, and be able to answer them correctly. This builds your confidence that whatever is thrown at you, you can tackle at whatever current mood/state you are in.

Focus on
1) quickly identifying what the question is trying to test you on - main idea? x&y consistency? exhausting a mathematical expression to all possibilities?
2) answering the question as efficiently as possible, then doing a quick sanity check. Then actually submitting that as an answer. Peek to see if your answer is correct, then move on and repeat the process.

Hope this helps.
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