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Hello all, I am having great difficulty getting over the Q44 hump. I am scoring almost exclusively 44 on my practice tests. On my actual GMAT a couple weeks ago I had a major timing malfunction and scored Q35 :oops: and V40 for a 620 overall. If I were to score my average quant score from practice tests (44) and my first attempt verbal score (40) I'd have a 680-690, but I'd like to join the 700 club. Any tips for getting a couple extra points on Quant in a short amount of time?
Ive gone through most of the Manhattan books and practice tests as well as the GMATPrep software. 2 weeks until my retake.

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I found this book helpful for basic quant concepts:

http://papers.xtremepapers.com/GMAT/GMA ... uccess.pdf

Hope this will help :)

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Hello all, I am having great difficulty getting over the Q44 hump. I am scoring almost exclusively 44 on my practice tests. On my actual GMAT a couple weeks ago I had a major timing malfunction and scored Q35 :oops: and V40 for a 620 overall. If I were to score my average quant score from practice tests (44) and my first attempt verbal score (40) I'd have a 680-690, but I'd like to join the 700 club. Any tips for getting a couple extra points on Quant in a short amount of time?
Ive gone through most of the Manhattan books and practice tests as well as the GMATPrep software. 2 weeks until my retake.


Have you considered extra Question pack 1 from GmatPrep? It contains some 200 PS & DS questions and resemble closely the actual GMAT Quant level.

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Hello all, I am having great difficulty getting over the Q44 hump. I am scoring almost exclusively 44 on my practice tests. On my actual GMAT a couple weeks ago I had a major timing malfunction and scored Q35 :oops: and V40 for a 620 overall. If I were to score my average quant score from practice tests (44) and my first attempt verbal score (40) I'd have a 680-690, but I'd like to join the 700 club. Any tips for getting a couple extra points on Quant in a short amount of time?
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