Target is 163… any suggestions… have not used gregmat yet…

how do i navigate this trench?

Which were these three exams you took?

Actual GRE took it 3x aiming for the 4th one

Can you share the diagnostic reports from those tests?

The first one is not available, I will share the second one… as for the third, it is not up yet on the web… I will send it here

@Leaderboard, I have included the diagnostic

Serious conceptual dearth in algebra and arithmetic as well…See Greg’s videos on concept series and do the dedicated concept videos. Solve Manhattan 5lb (For Algebra and arithmetic). Review the ones you get wrong. Try solving same problem in different methods or see if you can approach it via different paths. This has helped me greatly. Hope this helps.

Gregmat has many practice resources. Go through the quant practice videos where Greg interacts with students. You’d be amazed to see so many bright students come with such elegant solutions. If you are able to solve the medium and majority of the tough ones you are good to go.

Also, need to apply new techniques and ditch the traditional techniques which you did in high school. It is not easy solving 20 problems in 35 minutes. You, need a hell lot of practice. GRE Math is not easy.

Got it, have you see Greg’s retaking the GRE video?

No, i am starting with 2 month plan… with focus on math only…

I will watch it… 3rd GRE score is up now, will upload it

Actually, they wont be up until 4 days from today… So, i will upload them then.

To me I think you still have a shaky foundation - the quant concept series could help.

@koala what do you think?

I wrote what I think…checking your diagnostic report itself…

Here are some of the resources you should refer to.

Do the below series then go for the test your concepts

After you are done with that, solve the next list on a daily basis

For QC questions, do what Greg says, try to make A and B equal and then do a different iteration for showing them unequal. That saves a lot of time.