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I have my GMAT in about 22 days. I have been giving mock cats every week now (experts global) but not GMAT preparation since i have already exhausted those by repeated attempts. Hovering around 650-700 level. Need to up my score in verbal 30-35 and some areas of quant. My target is 700+. Please let me know how to approach these 22 days and improve so that i can reach my target. Also do i now resort to gmatprep questions on gmatclub or other sources on tags just based on topic.

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Hi kreel11,

I think the best approach at this time would be to stick to everything official!

Start by revising the Official Guide, specifically the OG-2018 if you can get your hands on one.
If you have already purchased the GMATPrep and exhausted all your re-takes you might want
to invest in the Question Pack1(which contains 400+ questions in all the sub-sections combined).
Try and analyze your mistakes made in the GMATPrep tests and work on all your weak areas.
Also, make it a point to do at least 4 RC passages everyday.

Experts Global mocks help in understanding what your weakness are, but if I were you,
I wouldn't delve too much on the scores. The algorithm is not great and the questions
are not adaptive.Once you take a test and understand what your weaknesses are, do some
practice specific to that weakness and make sure, those mistakes do not repeat in the tests
that follow.

Hope that helps you!
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kreel11 wrote:
Also do i now resort to gmatprep questions on gmatclub or other sources on tags just based on topic.
Only if you're sure that the GMATPrep tests can no longer play a role in your preparation.
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