Thanks a lot Ian it was really motivating.Ian Stewart wrote:First, keep in mind that GMAT test takers are, in general, very motivated, intelligent and hard-working people, and to finish the test with an above average score is an accomplishment you should be proud of.
There are many good suggestions on this forum about study approaches, and I think you may want to try a new approach to Verbal questions, since your Verbal scores did not rise appreciably over the course of your preparation. In general, you're likely to see the most rapid improvement by focusing on Sentence Correction; improving in CR and especially RC takes longer.
I lost my time in quant section because of the following reasons
1) I tend to commit silly mistakes when am nervous and to avoid that I ended up double checking the first few questions almost by solving them again in a different way.
2) I could not judge the difficulty level of the question and I felt that guessing and getting that question wrong will bring down my score. I have to improve my speed and accuracy.
I will get in touch with you for Quant tips. I want to improve a little in quant as well.
Thanks HK that really got the smile back on my face Yes I will make GMAT realize that am worth much more.hk wrote: All the very best with your preparation and i'm sure the next time GMAT is going to be sorry for messing with the wrong person!!!!
So lets do this!!!!
Thanks for sharing your valuable observations and tips with me. I will surely keep this in mind.