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How to improve quant in a week from q44 ?

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New post 22 May 2012, 14:27
Hi all,

My exam is in a week and today I did my 1st GMAT Prep exam to see whether to postpone or not.. I got a 720 (q44, v45).

I know this is probably impossible but I would dearly like to try raise my quant score from q44 to q46-47. Is this possible in a week? I haven't practiced that much so I could potentially do loads of questions - what should I concentrate mostly on? I did the last 100 PS questions on the OG - shall I just work through lots of questions or try and learn basic theory better?

Any ideas on last week quant cramming would be very much appreciated.

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New post 22 May 2012, 18:32
As you mentioned, one week is not much time. I wouldn't do loads of math questions, as you could burnout right before the exam. If you want to focus on a particular question type, then identify your weaknesses in math and work on that. Practice with some more OG questions and finish the second GMATPrep test. But remember to take a day or so off right before the GMAT. You seem to be in good shape!
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Do you have any timing issues in the quant section ? I mean do you generally struggle to finish the quant section of the test ?

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New post 22 May 2012, 22:57
thanks both for replies

Yes in the 2 mgmat cats i did, i dis not manage to finiah quant

in yeaterday's gmat i hurried on last 4 and missed out on the last one

edit: sry typing on a tiny mob

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