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I am currently struggling to increase my Quant score.

Before studying Quant basics, I scored a 42. I spent 1 month studying Manhattan Quant 5 books. I felt I understood the GMAT questions better as I was simultaneously doing OG problems and noticed that my % correct answers was increasing. But when I took Manhattan CAT after this 1 month preparation, my score was 43 ( didn't improve much from 42). Not sure how to improve my score.

I am looking for recommendations for courses that could help me reach a target score of 49+ in Quant.
I see great reviews for Math revolution and I was planning on taking the 8 hour private tutoring - can it help improve my score?
Please help! Thank you.
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I would say don't rely solely on MGMAT quant score.They are usually tough and you will score low on them.Give any other test so that you can truly analyze your level.
Taking coaching if u feel can surely help you.
I would also suggest to subscribe to problem solving and data sufficiency forums on gmatclub and solve questions.Ur projected score will get updated in error log stats.

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I am currently struggling to increase my Quant score.

Before studying Quant basics, I scored a 42. I spent 1 month studying Manhattan Quant 5 books. I felt I understood the GMAT questions better as I was simultaneously doing OG problems and noticed that my % correct answers was increasing. But when I took Manhattan CAT after this 1 month preparation, my score was 43 ( didn't improve much from 42). Not sure how to improve my score.

I am looking for recommendations for courses that could help me reach a target score of 49+ in Quant.
I see great reviews for Math revolution and I was planning on taking the 8 hour private tutoring - can it help improve my score?
Please help! Thank you.


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As far as courses go, I highly recommend GMAT Quantum. It really does a great job of strengthening your foundations via thousands of questioms from OG and GMAT prep materials. Fairly affordable too!

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rajiskrish wrote:
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I am currently struggling to increase my Quant score.

Before studying Quant basics, I scored a 42. I spent 1 month studying Manhattan Quant 5 books. I felt I understood the GMAT questions better as I was simultaneously doing OG problems and noticed that my % correct answers was increasing. But when I took Manhattan CAT after this 1 month preparation, my score was 43 ( didn't improve much from 42). Not sure how to improve my score.

I am looking for recommendations for courses that could help me reach a target score of 49+ in Quant.
I see great reviews for Math revolution and I was planning on taking the 8 hour private tutoring - can it help improve my score?
Please help! Thank you.


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A score of 43 indicates that you need significant improvement in both theory and practice. You can refer to the above post by Bunuel for theory and sufficient practice. It will definitely help you to reach 50-51.
Additionally you can enroll for the Gmatclub CAT. The Quant tests are really tough and will help you reach your goal.
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I think you might recheck your wrong questions then improve from your fault answers. Pay more attention to the types of question which confuses you.

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If you're looking for a Quant course, I highly recommend GMAT Quantum. It's all you need in conjunction with the official material.

If you're going for Q50/51 GMAT Club tests can help you get from 47-48 over the line to top quant territory.
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