Hi HHPreparation,
I’m glad you reached out, and I’m happy to help. You certainly have some interesting data, but given that you scored a V28/Q47 on your actual exam, it’s clear that you have some weaknesses that were exposed when you took your practice and real tests, and those weaknesses have led to some inconsistent scoring. So, let’s analyze this a bit further.
The data you provided indicates that you start out the verbal and quant sections very strong; however, by the time you reach the second quartile, the questions presented likely become difficult for you. That increase in difficulty would explain why your accuracy goes down. Once you miss some questions, the difficulty level decreases, and you then work your way back up to a higher difficulty. Thus, in the 3rd quartile, you have higher accuracy, but again your accuracy falls in the fourth quartile.
All that said, to make your performance more consistent, you really need to improve your GMAT quant and verbal skills, right? By doing so, you won’t get into a situation in which there is a series of questions that trip you up, even at a high level.
If you’d like some further advice on how to improve your GMAT quant and verbal skills, feel free to reach back out, and I’d be happy to help. Also, you may find it helpful to read this article about
how to score a 700 on the GMAT.
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