Hi,

If you arn't able to complete quant in given time then it means somehow your basics arn't strong...why you haven't completed

Og and Quant review? Try to solve all the quant questions from

OG and Quant review and review your mistakes.

For strategy guide

1)

Manhattan books are good for basics

2) gmatclub quant book (Geometry, Coordinate Geometry and Number theory are very well written)

For practcie

1)

OG and Quant review

2) Gmatclub quant tests

Dont forget to get Question pack from mba.com.

I have used Ian Stewart's Number property, stats and counting books and these three helped me a lot. Try

Veritas mocks and gmat exam packs. Initially give one mock every weekend and once you are done with your prep and practice try to give 2 to 3 mocks each week.

Best,

krish76 wrote:

Hi,

This is for anyone who can help me !

I recently took GMAT and got 600. I prepared for quite some time however I did so regularly and seriously for around 2 months.

I plan to take the test again after 3 months. What should be my approach? I am looking for as close to 700 as possible!

My background and what i did so far?

* Took

magoosh and almost exhausted its question bank

* It was my solo source of preparation, All my theory and understanding came from the video lessons that it had to offer.

* I also solved

OG questions though not everything.

* My

OG test scores were 620 and 620.

* I am a non native speaker and consider myself good at maths. However, As of now i would say I am stronger in verbal than quants.

*I just can't seem to finish Quants section and always get stuck on one question and waste time (100 % knowing that its time to move on!)

What should be my next steps? Should i take the online

egmat course or stick to

magoosh and just practice. My exam was last week, took a break of 1 week and plan to resume my studies now.

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