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Improve Quant score from 49 to 50, 51

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New post 17 Sep 2017, 20:42
Hi,

I've been studying Quant and taking GMATClub Quant tests (13 tests now). My scores on the GMATClub got stuck at 49 and I wonder what I can do to increase to 50 and 51. I took notes of difficult questions and review right after tests. However there are still mistakes whenever I take a new test. I got 100% at 500s, 70-80% at 600s and 40% at 700s. Should I stop taking tests and focus on studying 700-level questions? Does 49 in GMATClub test translate to a 50 in real GMAT? What else can I do to improve my GMAT Quant score to a solid 50 or 51 in a week?

I'd really appreciate to hear your advice!

Thanks

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kimrani wrote:
Hi,

I've been studying Quant and taking GMATClub Quant tests (13 tests now). My scores on the GMATClub got stuck at 49 and I wonder what I can do to increase to 50 and 51. I took notes of difficult questions and review right after tests. However there are still mistakes whenever I take a new test. I got 100% at 500s, 70-80% at 600s and 40% at 700s. Should I stop taking tests and focus on studying 700-level questions? Does 49 in GMATClub test translate to a 50 in real GMAT? What else can I do to improve my GMAT Quant score to a solid 50 or 51 in a week?

I'd really appreciate to hear your advice!

Thanks


Hello @Kimrani ,

As far as I know, 49 on the gmat club test is pretty decent. There's a high chance you'll score quant 50/51.

The most important advise that I can give you is to take screenshots of the questions that you got wrong and attempt those at a later stage. Maybe after 5-10 days or 30-50 screenshots later.

If you are still getting them wrong, go back and check if there is a logic gap or if the question could be done in an easier way. Questions where you learn something new should definitely go into your error log with the new learning.

Since you're already at a decent level, these new learnings are what will will help you nail a 50/51 in the real gmat.

For me the screenshots (only for quant) were a trick that helped me master my weaknesses and overcome common traps that I was falling into.

P.S. I scored a Q48 on the gmat. But I'm sure this method has helped me improve/master my weaknesses.


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Kudos [?]: 16 [0], given: 189

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New post 18 Sep 2017, 05:40
craveyourave wrote:
kimrani wrote:
Hi,

I've been studying Quant and taking GMATClub Quant tests (13 tests now). My scores on the GMATClub got stuck at 49 and I wonder what I can do to increase to 50 and 51. I took notes of difficult questions and review right after tests. However there are still mistakes whenever I take a new test. I got 100% at 500s, 70-80% at 600s and 40% at 700s. Should I stop taking tests and focus on studying 700-level questions? Does 49 in GMATClub test translate to a 50 in real GMAT? What else can I do to improve my GMAT Quant score to a solid 50 or 51 in a week?

I'd really appreciate to hear your advice!

Thanks


Hello kimrani ,

As far as I know, 49 on the gmat club test is pretty decent. There's a high chance you'll score quant 50/51.

The most important advise that I can give you is to take screenshots of the questions that you got wrong and attempt those at a later stage. Maybe after 5-10 days or 30-50 screenshots later.

If you are still getting them wrong, go back and check if there is a logic gap or if the question could be done in an easier way. Questions where you learn something new should definitely go into your error log with the new learning.

Since you're already at a decent level, these new learnings are what will will help you nail a 50/51 in the real gmat.

For me the screenshots (only for quant) were a trick that helped me master my weaknesses and overcome common traps that I was falling into.

P.S. I scored a Q48 on the gmat. But I'm sure this method has helped me improve/master my weaknesses.


Sent from my iPhone using GMAT Club Forum mobile app


Thank you! I will try taking screenshots of questions and reworking with them!

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