Hi

tina7,

First of all, Welcome to GMATClub.

in my opinion, your first step is to buy the ESR for your official test to figure out what exactly went wrong.

Also since your split is Q42,V33 you have ground to cover on both the sections. Once you have the ESR,

you should be able to figure out what your weakest sub-sections are?

If you feel like you need to revisit your concepts before you begin practice, you might want to check

e-GMAT.

This is a very good course for non-native speakers and the entire course is structured in the form of videos

and will help in understanding the basic concepts of dealing with the various questions. SC is easily the

highlight of this course. There is a free trial which comes with a few videos(explaining a concept or two

and this should help you understand if the course is a good fit for you)

For Quant, you might want to work on your weak areas using the

Quantitative Mega-threadThis thread contains theory for all the Quant topics. It makes sense to understand the theory associated

with each topic and follow that up with some related practice. You can find practice questions on

specific topics, here at GMATClub(Search by tag).

Also, Follow Bunuel at the Math Forum and make sure you do each question that he puts up on the forum.

His signature contains some of the questions that give you the true taste of GMAT(Baker's Dozen, 12 Easy Pieces etc..)

For RC, this link is very beneficial:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/gmat-club-s- ... 83101.htmlHope this helps you!

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