waterflowsup,

You've got a chicken and egg problem. In order to do well, you need the CONFIDENCE. But you cannot have confidence, if you are not getting good results.

The key is to generate this confidence in little baby steps - repeated over and over BEFORE you enter the exam.

Keep taking these baby steps until you reach your goal in practice. Maybe you reach your goal on the GMATPrep exam. Well, then see if you can reach your goal with the

GMAT Pill practice exam:

http://www.gmatpill.com/gmat-practice-t ... tice-test/ Now, that you've generated confidence through solid performance on 2 somewhat representative samples of the actual test - you can now walk into the exam room with CONFIDENCE.

Once you have CONFIDENCE and extreme positive thinking, then you can outperform even your own expectations on the real thing.

But you've got to start small with those baby steps. Besides reviewing

OG questions, we do recommend learning from someone else who sees things differently from the way you see them now. Because if you just repeat what you did before and expect a different result, well - that's actually the definition of insanity.

So make a change and start in little steps. Generate that confidence with tiny success - then you get to the big success on test day.