Running out of a time will have a MAJOR downward impact on your score, especially if it happened on 10 questions. You mention having the timing problem in verbal on the first test. On the second test, was that on verbal or quant? (I ask because verbal went up very nicely on the second test but quant went down.)
Why do you think your quant score went down on the 2nd test? Did you study only verbal between the two tests?
Read this article and see if it helps provide any ideas about why your quant score might've dropped:http://www.manhattangmat.com/blog/index ... ent-wrong/
Okay, so the good news is, your verbal score did go up! And it was in line with your practice test scores (I'm ignoring the "repeat test" scores). But that wasn't true for quant - maybe that was where you had timing problems the second time?
Did you take practice tests under 100% official conditions including essays and length of breaks?
Give us details in general about how you felt during that 2nd official test (but don't provide identifying details about any specific test questions).
Also, you can analyze your most recent NON-repeat MGMAT test using this article:http://www.manhattangmat.com/blog/index ... ice-tests/
And then come back and share your analysis with us.