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After all the hardwork for 2 months this is what I got and no regrets to the score. With full time work as a travelling consultant and with time what ever i could put in I am satisfied. I got screwed in verbal right from beginning in my practice tests and the same happened on the test day. Dont know if its really worth another try or focus on app process. I plan to do evening /part time MBA and with my 8 yrs IT consulting experience and essay and other admission process I hope i would get into a decent school.
My pearson vue experience was also good but want to add I am surprised that the cubicles had absolute no privacy and whenever a new person enters for the test it generated hell of a noise. Previously I took GRE in India they was so much of privacy.I took the GMAT exam in Ilinois. I really hated the way they have set these cubes. I am not sure if its the same in other pearson vue . But the good thing was i decided whatver it is to stay focus and concentrate on my exam. So luckily didnt bother me much.
I am thankful for all folks who were participating in the forums and helped me score atleast 660. Now I need help in getting thru my app and will tune into the forum for all the help.
Take care guys
I would rate the quant as the tough from all what I have taken before the exam. I would say problem solving in OG was not really helpful for me but Data sufficiency was. There were some really interesting questions in OG which stimulated my thinking in GMAT way.
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