I just gave my GMAT 2 weeks ago and got about 80 points lower than what I was expecting. I had taken the Kaplan course
and done about a number of OG questions. (The last 100 math questions in DS and PS and about a 100 questions each in SC, CR and RC). I was scoring in the low 600s on Kaplan
CATs, mid 600s in Princeton Review
CATs and 660 / 720 in PP CATs. Now I feel like I have exhausted all materials and am not sure what strategy to employ. I want to give it again in about 3 weeks.
Any suggestions would be helpful. Quant is my weak area and that is where I suffered during the test (36!!!) - mostly, however, my nerves got to me.
Also. a question on ETS paper tests. How many of the questions on the paper tests are in the OG? Would it be pointless if I have already worked on a number of OG questions as I will already know the answers?
I was considering a strategy of working through the GMATclub Math Challenges
, doing OG verbal
questions that I have not already done and doing some paper tests.
Does this sound plausible enough to lift my score by at least 70 points?