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REQUEST FOR EVALUATION: NEXT ATTEMPT: JANUARY

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New post 22 Dec 2018, 07:52
Hi experts!
I took my GMAT in the month of October and scored a 660 (Q46, V35). I am retaking it within the coming two months. It would be a great help to have someone guide me through my mistakes and help me with retaking strategies. I have read a couple of blogs but a little more detail would be insightful.
Following are the sources I used the last time:

Manhattan prep (Critical Reasoning)
Aristotle, OG, Blue Book of Grammar - SC
OG, Gmat club - RC
OG, Manhattan, Gmat club - Quant
I am attaching my ESR for an in depth evaluation.
I scored in the range of 680-710 in all my mocks. (690 on Gmat prep mock 1 and 710 on Gmat prep mock 2)
I took a number of other mocks as well. My highest score on Veritas mock series was 680.

I have currently taken Experts Global mock series and have score and have scored an average of 706 for all the 5 taken as of now. My quant score on these has been between 46-49 and verbal has been : 41, 38, 33, 35, 41.
Could you please suggest how I should move forward in the coming three weeks?
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New post 22 Dec 2018, 10:16
Hi Kanak, from your ESR, Algebra/Geometry obviously emerge as areas of significant weakness.

Was this something that you felt during your prep as well?
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New post 22 Dec 2018, 10:21
EducationAisle wrote:
Hi Kanak, from your ESR, Algebra/Geometry obviously emerge as areas of significant weakness.

Was this something that you felt during your prep as well?


Geometry yes. I did feel the need to practice more. I still do but I am not sure from where should I specifically prepare for geometry. Can you suggest some helpful links on gmat club itself?
Algebra and word problems have been a strong point in the mocks. So I don't understand how to improve further.
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