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18 Feb 2018, 10:19

I gave Gmatprep test no. 2 today (18th Feb, 2018) and score was 510(V:21 & Q: 39) the low verbal score was because I got the "last ten questions wrong", As I had to rush through at the end of the verbal section.
In Gmatprep test 1(taken on 12th Feb, 2018) my score was 580 (V:28 & Q 42) (I got 3-4 repeat questions in each section quant and verbal)
My exam is scheduled on 7th march, 2018, I want to score at least above 600.
Please suggest will it be possible??
Need help how to dedicate my last 15 days.
I have 2 Gmatprep test left from the Exam pack 1 that I have not taken yet.

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18 Feb 2018, 22:50
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Hi Piyush, please don't try anything fundamentally different in these last 15 days. Stick to time limit while practicing questions.

Also, give few more mock tests in the coming days, so that you get a good sense of timing and pacing, since this seemed to be a big issue in your latest mock.
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18 Feb 2018, 23:41
EducationAisle Thank you, but it will be more helpful if you can give some more insights....
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19 Feb 2018, 09:01
Hi Piyush, what I meant was that with just few days left for your exam, I would not really recommend any fundamental shift in your strategy. I am sure you are accessing a specific study material for your preparation. Just continue going thru that material, to reinforce the concepts.

Accessing any different material at this stage would be counterproductive and confusing. During the next few days, focus on official questions, go thru experts' explanation on forums such as GC, and do tests in a timed manner.
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