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New post 23 Jun 2019, 00:37
I find myself walking a fine line between progression on weak topics, answering new questions from the remaining questions in Magoosh and Question Pack 1, or filtered questions on the forums.

I intend on dissecting my error log again as I've infrequently reviewed / redone errors with the primary focus being verbal.
I just wanted to gauge how effective you guys have found your review process?
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New post 23 Jun 2019, 08:13
No denying the fact that reviewing GMAT practices tests is the most tedious part of GMAT prep. Most test takers, including me, do not review practice tests and therefore continue making the same mistakes repeatedly, leading to no score improvement in subsequent tests. I see your official score ranges from 560 to 650; therefore, you probably do not need to learn a new concept. At this point, you have to fine tune the weak areas while maintaining your optimum performance at your strong areas. I would highly encourage you to review each and every question after taking a practices test; make sure to review both incorrect and correct questions. All the best.
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DisciplinedPrep I review every test, practice or mini tests from chapters. I was referring to reviewing flash cards, error logs and content

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You ask a great question. Review definitely is a significant component of successful GMAT prep. As you know by now, there is a ton of information that must be mastered for the GMAT, so if you don’t review, you likely will forget key concepts and principles, right? I think it’s great that you’ve created flash cards and are regularly reviewing them as you progress through your studies. In addition to flash cards and notes review, doing mixed problem sets of past topics is a good way to review old concepts and ensure that nothing has slipped through the cracks. We actually make a major point of having TTP students complete various review quizzes and tests (as you know very well) as they progress through our course.

So, keep up with hard work, my friend, and feel free to reach out to me directly with any further questions. Let’s do this!!
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New post 25 Jun 2019, 19:02
Thanks man. I know i dumped this question onto reddit also.

I'm going to focus more on review of incorrect questions, and then target practice on those topics- particularly for verbal
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