" I want to improve my GMAT score by 100 points, I'm taking my exam in 2 weeks."
I'am sorry. If you are looking for a magic pill. I dont have a magic pill which can help you gain 100 points in 2-3 weeks.
If you have no other go and have only 2-3 weeks of preparation time left, then to gain 100+ pts, you need
1.to identify a category of question where you are consistently going wrong.
say. "weakening the argument" type of question in CR. Study around 100 questions of the same category. Try decoding a generic strategy(a logical approach). This will help you to arrive at an answer using logic.
2. to manage your time effectively in the test.
The adaptive test penalizes those who make mistakes early in the test( 1st question to the 15th question) more than those who make mistakes later in the test. So that means you need to devote maximum time to the first few questions and minimum time to the later.
3. to get proper sleep the previous day of the test.
Adequate rest is required to calm a tensed brain.
4.to manage stress effectively.
You got a tough question in the test. You have eliminated 3 options. You have two options left. You are not sure which one to mark. You make a guess. You mark one. The next question turns out to be a sitter. You have a weird feeling in your stomach. The previous question may be wrong.
Don't worry!. The adaptive test penalizes GMAT takers who make successive errors ( question 1-correct, question 2-wrong, question 3-wrong, question 4-correct, question 5- wrong) more than those who make stand-alone errors( question 1-correct, question 2-wrong, question 3-correct, question 4- wrong, question 5- correct).
I have seen a handful of cases where GMAT test takers have improved their score by 100+ points but then again they had a specific error which could be corrected.
If you have no idea what is wrong with your performance then I would suggest that you mail me your queries and together we may be able to spot your Achilles heel.
Next blog- I have ample time, how can i improve?...