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Hi GMATClub members,

I've been studying to take the GMAT for the SECOND time for three months now. My first sitting was at end of June 2010, when I officially scored 430. I'm using MGMAT materials and resources, and my MGMAT cat scores are as follows:

4/25/2010 450 (Q27, V26)
4/26/2010 560 (Q40, V28)
5/12/2010 470 (Q26, V30)
6/5/2010 440 (Q31, V21)
6/12/2010 570 (Q40, V29)
6/17/2010 460 (Q26, V28)

Honestly, I didn't spend any time doing OG problems leading up to my appointment in June. Since the first sitting, I started using an error log and so far, I've completed roughly 66% of Quant and Verbal OG problems, scored 11/45 on the diagnostic gmatclub quant test, 13/37 on GmatClub Quant 1, 19/32 on Idioms test, and 480 on my first Gmatprep attempt. I didn't take GMATPrep test before the first sitting. Big mistake.

As you guys can see, I'm all over the place. I'm just trying to review my weak areas in all three sections of verbal; and attack my quant weak areas - divisibility, Inequalities, rate/work, probability, VICs, and anything that is lacking. I can devote up to 8 hours per day up to my exam in the first week of February. My target score is 620.

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11 Jan 2011, 23:43
Andreweng wrote:
Hi GMATClub members,

I've been studying to take the GMAT for the SECOND time for three months now. My first sitting was at end of June 2010, when I officially scored 430. I'm using MGMAT materials and resources, and my MGMAT cat scores are as follows:

4/25/2010 450 (Q27, V26)
4/26/2010 560 (Q40, V28)
5/12/2010 470 (Q26, V30)
6/5/2010 440 (Q31, V21)
6/12/2010 570 (Q40, V29)
6/17/2010 460 (Q26, V28)

Honestly, I didn't spend any time doing OG problems leading up to my appointment in June. Since the first sitting, I started using an error log and so far, I've completed roughly 66% of Quant and Verbal OG problems, scored 11/45 on the diagnostic gmatclub quant test, 13/37 on GmatClub Quant 1, 19/32 on Idioms test, and 480 on my first Gmatprep attempt. I didn't take GMATPrep test before the first sitting. Big mistake.

As you guys can see, I'm all over the place. I'm just trying to review my weak areas in all three sections of verbal; and attack my quant weak areas - divisibility, Inequalities, rate/work, probability, VICs, and anything that is lacking. I can devote up to 8 hours per day up to my exam in the first week of February. My target score is 620.

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Hope it helps at least a little.

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