Hello every high scorers here..
I'm an amatuer in the forum....btw, I'm a big fan of GMAT club...
Let me introduce myself... I'm non-native Eng speaker, graduating from Engineering field with 3 yrs woking exp... I'm seeking for MBA in US...
I've taken and retaken GMAT for 4 times already during the past 2 yrs... all of them have been very close in score ranging around 510 (Q48 V14)... I wish for 620 though!
I don't think it was my English understanding that wasn't workable (my Toefl ibt= 98)
Should they be gaps that I have to plug.. not only an appropriate time the test scheduled for less competition in %PR, but the Verbal strategy....My studies
-Math : OG11th, OG12th and some other sources (avg spend 1 min 35 sec each question, and get overall Math study record of 96% correct)
-SC : OG11th + SC1000 + GMATClub Forums(avg spend 1 min 44 sec each question, and get overall SC study record of 75% correct)
-CR : OG11th + OG12th (avg spend 3 min 38 sec each question, and get overall CR study record of 67% correct)
-RC : OG11th (avg spend 16 min 20sec each sets of 4 questions, and get overall RC study record of 68% correct)
GMAT Prep : Priorly, I've got 540-570... and then 610-620 after I've got more familiar
** Apparently, on this basis, I can't do the real test on time, unless I skip the last two reading passages.I've been using the following strategy to achieve V35
- first 6 questions : done with my full skills and timing (around 4-5 mins/question)
- Focus on only SC and some comprehensible CR
- Do only the first 2 reading passages, and I quickly cross the other 2 passages without any consideration...
- In turn, I short of time with 8 remaining questions in a few minutes... so I cross them just to have them all on time...
My constraints : I will retake it again next month.. I gotta rush for the next application before the end of this yr, the admission may be waiting for my above 600 score.
Do you think I've perceived wrong track toward 620 (Q48 V35) ???
I open to any of your suggestions