Hi JoeGmat1,

You already are a top level student!

Yes, you can surely improve your score as you already have decent math skills.

Since we are specialized in math, we can give you advice on math only.

In order to hit a high score(Q49-51) in GMAT Math, it is critical to learn hard and hardest DS questions determining a score of 49-51. To tackle these questions, we recommend you learn our Variable approach for DS that is significant time saving, a short-cut approach. Especially, you need to learn so called CMT(Common Mistake Types 3,4). You will encounter 4-5 CMT questions in actual exam. If you get a half of them correct, you hit 49.

If you get 1-2 of them wrong, you hit 50. If you get all of them correct, you hit 51.

Also, focus on 5 key topics (Integer, Statistics, Inequality, Probability, Absolute Value) that account for 80% of GMAT exam.

Please find the useful link for Ultimate Q51 guide featured in GMAT Club.

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