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6 Days Before GDay [#permalink] New post 06 Oct 2007, 14:11
I took Gmat Prep #2 and scored a 720 (49Q and 40V).

The challenges have been instrumental in making me more confident in the math.

My verbal is exactly as the same score way back in January when I took Gmat Prep 1, despite studying SC since. Frustrating.

Is it still possible for me to score a 750?
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Re: 6 Days Before GDay [#permalink] New post 06 Oct 2007, 14:27
dr908 wrote:
I took Gmat Prep #2 and scored a 720 (49Q and 40V).

The challenges have been instrumental in making me more confident in the math.

My verbal is exactly as the same score way back in January when I took Gmat Prep 1, despite studying SC since. Frustrating.

Is it still possible for me to score a 750?


Improving raw score for verbal seems to be more difficult than quant based on how GMAC scales their questions. At this point, I would work on trying to keep focused by avoiding silly potential mistakes and your level of endurance for verbal (not exhausting yourself after the AWA and quant sections)

I've seen some others that have scored in your range for GMATPrep (720ish) have gotten 750 for the real deal. Depends on many factors, such as your mental state/confidence/ questions you'll encounter and just a little bit of luck ;)

You'll do fine, good luck :)
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2007, 19:36
At this point, you shouldn't be thinking about specific scores. Just make sure you're mentally and physically ready.

A 720 is a GREAT score, and a 750 won't be such a magic number that it will get you in anywhere. So don't worry about it!
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5 days before [#permalink] New post 08 Oct 2007, 06:53
Retook Gmat Prep 2. Any repeat answer I gave previous answer (right or wrong) and used time to solve. Verbal I had alot of repeats. I scored a 730 (49 and 41).

The next two days I plan to review math, and really hit SC hard. 80 percent of the problems I miss on verbal are SC.
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