Clicks wrote:

I'm retaking my GMAT mid-July and I'm trying to figure out the best use of my time to increase my quant score.

Currently I'm scoring around Q45-46. My

error log doesn't show any significant weaknesses, rather I'm performing about the same in all quant areas.

I want to spend about 3 weeks to fully dedicate on quant. What is the best approach to increase my quant score within these 3 weeks?

I purchased

MGMAT advanced quant but I've read that might be a little more than I need. Any suggestions would be golden!

The 750 level Quant questions will test you on the same basic concepts as tested by the 600 level questions. They are 'advanced' or 'higher level' because you have to figure out which concept they are test.

e.g. I am sure you know how numbers behave when they are squared/cubed. Numbers greater than 1, increase. Between 0 and 1, decrease. Negative numbers also behave differently in the range -1 to 0 and the range <-1.

But look at the question in this post. It is a high level question testing you on your knowledge of these relations.

http://www.veritasprep.com/blog/2011/08 ... -question/After Q 45, you need to ensure that you try lots of different types of questions so that you can intuitively identify the concept being tested. Also, don't just 'know' the concept, make sure you understand the 'why' behind it. e.g. when you have a quadratic, you solve it by factorizing it and making each factor 0. Why?

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