Hey guys, I don't want my title to mislead anyone. I KNOW that a 700 is an AMAZING score. I am 24, female, Brazilian... 700 is just what I need.
I took GMATprep1 a month ago and got a 670 (42q/40v)
Then took the GMATprep1 again 3 weeks ago and got a 680 (48q/35v)
Today, 1 week before my exam, I took the GMATprep2 and got the coveted 700 (48q/38v).
However, I'm not confident for next Monday. I mean, first of all, I used these tests in Dec/2010 to start my studies. Therefore, they weren't 100% fresh to me.
I mean, I barely remembered anything, but still, I'm just not confident that this was 100% accurate. Considering I got a 700 at home, without the adrenaline and with a test that wasn't 100% fresh to me, what are the chances that I will repeat this performance come test day?
I took the GMAT on December after not studying much at all and got a 580 (35q/35v). I scored between 620-660 in the prep tests, and 580 in the real exam. Therefore, I'm very scared of this test. SO scared. I have spent the last 6 months studying, even went to Manhattan GMAT
Bootcamp in NYC in February, so I should keep in mind that I won't probably repeat that poor performance.
Verbal is my strenght, but I have improved so much in math. And verbal still fluctuates between 35-40. On this last test, I got 7 questions wrong in Verbal. 1 CR, 1 RC and 5 SC. So, I should bear in mind that I should probably focus on Sentence Correction this last week, right?
Also, what should I do to keep my stamina in math? A 48 is more than I could ask for, I started very weak in math.
I appreciate all the help, and sorry for being incoherent. I'm so nervous. Getting this 700 in prep made me realize that I'm close - but will it be enough?
Any tips, advice? Realistically, can I reach the 700 in 1 week under official test conditions?