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New post 27 Nov 2013, 03:09
Dear Experts,

I have given first 10 gmatclub tests so far. My average correctness rate is around 60% or (22/37). When i reviewed them i analyzed that it is possible to increase correctness rate to 70%(26/37). Among 37 maths rest of 9-11 maths seems very difficult to me. Else I am solving math from Manhattangmat and Kaplan.

What should i do now? Will i review only 26-28 maths or try to understand whole set?
Is it possible to get 48+ on quant(based on my correctness rate) if i do all 25 sets of gmatclub tests?

Please experts suggest me. My exam is on 4th january, 2014.

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