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6 months of studying with no results.

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u1983 CAMANISHPARMAR Gladiator59 :- hi experts. Wanted some advice, so i gave veritas mock yesterday and i see improvement again though very less but improving, im not repeating the same mistakes and no of questions wrong are also reducing (i know that doesn’t mean much). So with 35 days to the exam, i have planned out a schedule:- Sunday -mock
Monday & tuesday i analyse the mistakes and practice those specific question types, why i am going wrong? Brushing up theory if required for that concept.Wednesday second mock followed by the same analysis on Thursday and friday. Rc im going to do everyday because RC i need to improve my accuracy. I feel I should stick to full length tests now is because none of mistakes is related to the question being new to me. I just miss out on the approach to use. So what do you suggest? Also i have saved one gmatprep offical test, which i plan to take around 20th of january, to get an idea of the progress. I am aiming for a 650-680, last gmat prep mock i had scored a 380 the first time, 560 on the second gmat prep, manhattan 580, veritas 590.

SC accuracy is 85%
CR accuracy is 72%
RC accuracy is down the drain at 55%
So clearly RC is my main focus now

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DS accuracy is 70%
PS accuracy is 65%
Constantly getting a Q41 on the mocks and a Q35 on the gmat club CATs

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Hi Manat,

Happy to hear that you're progressing in your goal.

Specifically w.r.t math I would like to mention that Q35 is on the lower side. I would recommend you to solve questions with medium and easy tag from the GMAT club questions directory. Solve many questions and always review wrong answers. ( It's all easily available on the form and if you have trouble finding anything feel free to drop me a pm)

Once you get 80-90% accuracy in easy medium .. while you make sure the basics are clear ( by reviewing GMAT club math book and GMAT quant megathread ( both found in my signature in quant part)) proceed to high level difficulty problems.

GMAT club math CATs are high level and a Q35 shows that you still have a long way to go in math aptitude.

Given the grit you are showing to improve, I'm sure you will break into mid to high 40s on the quant and get your dream score.

All the best! :-)

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