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The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48

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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2012, 00:19
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In the last 25 _ 37 series - got 7 wrong of which 4 were in a row - unpardonable mist n it was mainly due to poor time mgmt n had to rush thru the Q's.

WiLl revisit the conceptual errors n next for the MGMCAT series on which I am planning to dive from this weekend. Will try to manage time more effectively.

Strtegy : ist 15 in 40 mins ,16-24 in10 mins n last 12 in25.

I have my doubts about ur strategy of giving more time to initial questions and less time to last 10-15.
If you do well initially, you will face questions which are more hard and thus more time consuming.
IMO, it's better to go at a normal pace of 2 min/qns as average.
Do let us know what you think about what i mentioned above?
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 18 Apr 2012, 03:37
A cool thread with some very helpful tricks
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Highly recommended to all my fellow test takers questing to achieve higher score.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 21 Apr 2012, 20:56
Took powerprep 1 and 2 and score 50 and 51 in them respectively. Not overwhelmed because i know the lenient scoring system and the easy level of questions.
BTW, after having finished almost half the mgmat advanced quant, I have gained a lot and i highly recommend this book to be done before jumping onto the gmatclub tests and jeff sackmann's challenge sets( 1000 questions). The book is well structured , organised and practical. A must have to score 50+.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2012, 10:26
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Took powerprep 1 and 2 and score 50 and 51 in them respectively. Not overwhelmed because i know the lenient scoring system and the easy level of questions.
BTW, after having finished almost half the mgmat advanced quant, I have gained a lot and i highly recommend this book to be done before jumping onto the gmatclub tests and jeff sackmann's challenge sets( 1000 questions). The book is well structured , organised and practical. A must have to score 50+.
Good luck.

Have you done any MGMAT CAT's yet? And do you already have a test date?

I will write my test on Friday. Have done another MGMAT CAT today and scored a 48 again. Yesterday I did a GMATPrep CAT and only scored a 47. I still struggle with word probems and I got a couple of them wrong in the beginning. I tend to lose confidence really quickly and become frustrated when I miss a couple of questions at the beginning and completely lost my focus yesterday. I don't know what to expect for Friday, I think I'll be glad if I get a 49, although that's probably not enough for what I wanna do( LSE Msc F&E), if I don't get enough of word problems I might get lucky and score a 50, but that's pretty unlikely since I haven't scored one in a mock test yet.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 22 Apr 2012, 10:33
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rajeevrks27 wrote:
Took powerprep 1 and 2 and score 50 and 51 in them respectively. Not overwhelmed because i know the lenient scoring system and the easy level of questions.
BTW, after having finished almost half the mgmat advanced quant, I have gained a lot and i highly recommend this book to be done before jumping onto the gmatclub tests and jeff sackmann's challenge sets( 1000 questions). The book is well structured , organised and practical. A must have to score 50+.
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Have you done any MGMAT CAT's yet? And do you already have a test date?

I will write my test on Friday. Have done another MGMAT CAT today and scored a 48 again. Yesterday I did a GMATPrep CAT and only scored a 47. I still struggle with word probems and I got a couple of them wrong in the beginning. I tend to lose confidence really quickly and become frustrated when I miss a couple of questions at the beginning and completely lost my focus yesterday. I don't know what to expect for Friday, I think I'll be glad if I get a 49, although that's probably not enough for what I wanna do( LSE Msc F&E), if I don't get enough of word problems I might get lucky and score a 50, but that's pretty unlikely since I haven't scored one in a mock test yet.

I've done MGMAT 1 and MGMAT 2 and scored 47 and 48 in them respectively but those were done a month prior . Scored 48 in GMATPREP 1 almost two months prior. Saving the rest of the tests for the last one month.
All the very best for ur Actual. If you want to improve ur test day performance, you must remain relaxed and think that if i don't know a question, i would simply give an educated guess and move on. Afterall, it's not that one or two questions make or break our score but over anxiety and panic does bring the performance down. So simply remain cool and give ur best shot.
In the remaining days do only the official problems and review ur error log of official problems.
Good luck and god bless.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 24 Apr 2012, 05:25
You're definitely right, timing is crucial and its one of my key weaknesses, I have a lot of trouble just skipping a problem and taking a random guess, especially if I've already invested around 2mins into a problem, because I somehow feel my confidence is shaken after skipping a problem. I've attached my last two MGMAT CATs and on those I'm still in the >95 percentile when I'm at around question 25. Although on one I completely misstimed the quant section and was 10min behind at question 25(although I doubt that test was GMAT like due to the number of 700-800 questions), on the other I was only behind 2min, and then still managed to drop back in the 87th percentile. I guess it's a combination of timing problems and stamina problems. I'm not too optimistic that I can improve on those areas in the last 3 days, but I will take another GMATPrep tomorrow and focus on my timing. I'd also appreciate some timing tips, if anybody has been through the same struggle.

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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 03 May 2012, 08:04
I would like to join in this marathon for a 50+ score. I would join you in this climb in a weeks time for sure :) .

Although i haven't take my GMAT yet. I'm sure i could go ahead with this serious preparation. Let me in if you are looking for study buddies :)
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 03 May 2012, 08:08
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I did another mock test yesterday, this time the real gmatprep test. I noticed how different the algorithm on the gmatprep software is compared to MGMAT CAT. On MGMAT's CAT you can clearly see whether you got a question or two in a row wrong, because the software will lower the difficulty of the questions pretty quickly. On GMATprep however, you get easier questions throughout the test, even though you have made no mistakes in prior questions. I think its really important to kind of understand the software's algorithm, because I really was a little confused during the test, thinking that I got a lot of questions wrong, because the test kept throwing 500-600 level questions at me from time to time. I didnt really get a really tough problem until question 25, up until that question I only had to incorrect ones( but thought I had a lot more wrong), but the really tough problems on the GMATprep software are even harder than the 700-800 level questions on MGMAT. I scored a 49 on the quant section yesterday and I think maybe I could have scored higher if I hadn't assumed that i already got a lot of questions wrong. I also have to focus on the really tough questions, so I guess the gmatclub sets are next for me.


The Test Engine uses are bumpy curve to judge your level.
It throws in an easy one to start with then a really tougher level and it keeps alternating between these two until it gauges your actual level. The real test does have few test questions too that would be used in future. Hence one shouldn't really rely on the level of question rather he/she should rely on the timing and keep working on the solving the question within time. I hope this tip does help you :)
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 04 May 2012, 03:22
@rajeevrks27 Thanks for keeping us updated. I'll come up with my detailed plan in a couple of days.

I think we should really corner the so called negligent silly mistakes. Its something that causes most of us to jump off the 50+ benchmark :( .
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 05 Jun 2012, 02:15
A month has passed. i wonder if any of you have taken the test and/or have any update on your strategy to 50+ quant.

My score is about 45 now and I am attempting to do the final push so your methods greatly appreciate
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 05 Jun 2012, 02:38
You are already Bunuel's fan's that's a good start :). Solve GMAT Prep Question Pack1 all 200 Quant problems, flag all the problems where you are taking more than 2.5 min and for these topics solve the 700 Level questions from the PS/DS Directory on GMAT Club.

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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 13 Jun 2012, 18:34
Hello,

The thread is so much interesting, can someone help me with my strategy to go from 45 to 49 in Quant

Test Date - 10th Aug
Target score - 49-50 in quant
Earlier Score - 45 in real GMAT and 44-46 in five MGMATs , almost 80% accuracy in the OG (DS+PS)

My analysis === Weaker in Number properties, get hit hard with geometry, co-ordinate geometry, probability and combinations. Take longer with word problems when the question is tougher (but get it right mostly). I think I am bad at DS (mainly because of strategies)

Now, resources i have are
1) MGMAT guides and advanced mgmat and OG
2) GMAT club tests (have taken first five tests - get almost 27/28 right :( , felt demotivated and stopped taking )
3) Grockit
4) Knewton (do not think its much of use )
5) Kaplan Qbanks ( sometimes i feel i have got too many .. don't know )

My confusion

1) Should i start retaking GMATclub tests again ? or do you think that i should first work again on my basics and then start doing gmatclub tests ?
2) I feel pathetic with co-ordinate geometry and geometry (for prob and combi - i have bought the veritas guide, i think i will be good with it)
3) do i require to buy Jeff's Quant collections (advanced one, i think i have enough material for basics)

Can someone please help, i feel too much confused as to what to do ? I do not have much problems with the timings (may be because i have a few weak areas mentioned above, so whenever i get problem from that area, i get a sense in 45 seconds, and if i think i am unable to solve the same, i make a guess and move on)

I need special insight on one approach that i am following, is it really worth ?

Whenever i take a gmatclub test, i analyse each and every question. While analyzing the questions , I keep two problems aside and prepare collection of these two types

1) the questions i get wrong
2) The questions that i think has better explanations

I revise these questions from time to time, my apprehension is that am i learning with this approach ? or i am just mugging up the same problems ?. I mean do you think if i study the same problem twice/thrice, does it help ?

Thanks very much your help in advance
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 18 Jun 2012, 19:09
"I'm focusing on my weaknesses that are Inequalities, Probability and coord geometry and also reviewing the error log simultaneously."

I know what you mean. These are weaknesses that I have also. But, I went through the MGMAT Equations, Inequalities, & VICs book last month and I am currently going through the MGMAT Word Translations book. By doing this I think that I have improved a great deal with inequalities and probability. In a little over a week from now I will begin studying the MGMAT Geometry book. I think this will help me improve with coordinate geometry. I am going to take another practice test in about two weeks. I am hoping at that time that my hard work shows a good improvement in my score.

I've been going through each of these books two times. It is awfully slow going because there is so much material to cover, but I am hopeful the time investment shows a good improvement in my score.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2012, 22:23
Hi Guys,

I have given my GMAT(Real) and scored Q48.I'm really in a fix as how to reach Q50 and where to start my prep for Quant (keeping in mind that i have never attemped GMAT Club Tests,MGMAT Mocks and GMATPrep Mocks).I also sometimes feel that may be i will lose my base if i do not start revising the basic concepts and start working on the 700+ level questions.

Pls if some one can pitch in here and suggest what method i should follow to prep up my quant section.

I intend to do the following this time

1)Revise previous concepts in 1 week and start working with mid level-high level OG and Quant Review
2)Work on Jeff Sackmann's Challenge Questions
3)Work on the MGMAT Advance Quant Strategy
4)Work on Jeff Sackmann's Extreme Challenge Questions
5)GMAT Club Tests
6)MGMAT Mocks & GMATPrep Mocks

I can dedicate 25-30hrs/wk on regular basis and my GMAT is scheduled for Nov End.

Experts, if you can please enlighten me here

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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 25 Sep 2012, 23:15
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Hi Guys,

I have given my GMAT(Real) and scored Q48.I'm really in a fix as how to reach Q50 and where to start my prep for Quant (keeping in mind that i have never attemped GMAT Club Tests,MGMAT Mocks and GMATPrep Mocks).I also sometimes feel that may be i will lose my base if i do not start revising the basic concepts and start working on the 700+ level questions.

Pls if some one can pitch in here and suggest what method i should follow to prep up my quant section.

I intend to do the following this time

1)Revise previous concepts in 1 week and start working with mid level-high level OG and Quant Review
2)Work on Jeff Sackmann's Challenge Questions
3)Work on the MGMAT Advance Quant Strategy
4)Work on Jeff Sackmann's Extreme Challenge Questions
5)GMAT Club Tests
6)MGMAT Mocks & GMATPrep Mocks

I can dedicate 25-30hrs/wk on regular basis and my GMAT is scheduled for Nov End.

Experts, if you can please enlighten me here

Thanks
Jatin :)

Hi Jatin, I'm no expert here however, i can throw my two cents based on my experience.
You've scored 48 in real, a score that reflects that you have adequate understanding of the concepts and the application part of it. It is 48 and not 50 because of either inability to solve 720+ level questions or careless errors. If you want to reduce careless errors , you may like to read Karishma's comments on page 1 of this thread and If you want to gather the arsenal required to solve toughest/trickiest questions, you can use either the MGMAT Advanced quant with jeff extreme challenge sets or The gmatclub quant tests.
IMHO, time can be better spent in converting verbal to your strong forte rather than pushing quant to 50.
In the end, Reviewing errors is the most important part of the study regimen, so do give due importance to it.
best of luck :)
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2012, 06:51
If you have access to GMAT Club tests, filter by 700 level questions, you will get 200 PS and 200 DS problem. Solving these questions will surely increase your score. These questions are brutal though.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 05 Oct 2012, 04:03
Hi Rajeev,

Thanks to you for opening this thread, and my wishes so that you achieve the score you are looking for.

It has been great to read the suggestions from people on this thread.

I am trying to balance my Quant material amongst - OG13, MGMAT Advanced and GMATCLUB Tests, what do you suggest how should I plan to learn the maxim out of these 3 sources. I have around a month's time and re-taking GMAT within next 2 months. My previous scores in Q vary from 47 to 49. I would want to hit 49 this time so that my overall breaches the elusive 700+ mark.

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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 05 Oct 2012, 11:07
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Hi Rajeev,

Thanks to you for opening this thread, and my wishes so that you achieve the score you are looking for.

It has been great to read the suggestions from people on this thread.

I am trying to balance my Quant material amongst - OG13, MGMAT Advanced and GMATCLUB Tests, what do you suggest how should I plan to learn the maxim out of these 3 sources. I have around a month's time and re-taking GMAT within next 2 months. My previous scores in Q vary from 47 to 49. I would want to hit 49 this time so that my overall breaches the elusive 700+ mark.

Any suggestion / strategy would be welcome. Thanks.

Hi buddy, Thanx for the appreciation and good wishes!
I have done the two official books( incl the supplement), MGMAt ADV quant and The GMATCLUB TESTS( 15 of them).
Although I'm no expert but if you ask me to assess these three and list them priority wise then i would suggest you to do:-
1) MGMAT Advanced quant first....learn the concepts taught from chapter 1 to 8. practice them in the 150 questions given in the end.
2) If you are running short of time and you have to select either og 13 and gmatclub tests, then just do last 50 questions of PS and DS of OG 13. If time is not a problem, then dig into gmatclub tests( especially the new ones).
3) Since, you are already scoring around 47 , so you need not to do the first 2/3 of the quant questions in OG 13.

Hope that helps.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 06 Oct 2012, 01:11
Hi Rajeev,

Thanks for your suggestions will definitely complete MGMAT Advanced Quant and follow it up the GMAT Club Tests.
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Re: The Final Climb: Quest for Q 50+ from Q47/48 [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2012, 08:41
Kudos for such a good post. I am also in same situation. But today, I give GC Test (free one) and got 29 correct out of 37 i.e. q51. I am planning to give one GC Quant test in alternate days and check the concept for all the wrong answers and for all the correct ans for which I took more than 2 mins.

I think , we just have to prepare our self for the patterns and tricks which GMAT applies using basic concepts
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