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I'm plateauing with Manhattan self study. How do I get better?

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New post 19 Feb 2018, 00:21
Hi,

I finished self study with the Manhattan books and I'm scoring around the 700 point (M 45, V 41) on official GMAT Prep tests. I'm at a loss as to how I can push myself beyond this point.

I'm aiming for something at a 750 range.
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Morgan15 wrote:
Hi,

I finished self study with the Manhattan books and I'm scoring around the 700 point (M 45, V 41) on official GMAT Prep tests. I'm at a loss as to how I can push myself beyond this point.

I'm aiming for something at a 750 range.



Hi ,

Your V score is fantastic, let me tell you that I've never crossed the V 36 myself but my quant has never dropped Q49 on the official tests. Since you've issues with the quant here's what i'd suggest

Assuming you have done Manhattan books I think you've good basic concepts of math

Now for let's say a Q49/50

I personally recommend Gmatclub Tests. They prepare you for the worst. You can either purchase them or redeem them through rewards

Read more at https://gmatclub.com/forum/introducing- ... 31235.html


If you choose not do so you can try Math Revolution for getting better in Quant

Cater 70% of your prep to Qaunt and 30% Verbal

A 750 is on the cards

hope this helps

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What do your practice tests tell you about your strengths and weaknesses? Start there.

If you've done any of the MPrep practice tests, here's some advice on analyzing them:

https://www.manhattanprep.com/gmat/blog ... ts-part-1/
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