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Re: 750 (Q49, V42) [#permalink]
03 Jun 2011, 18:04
Loads and Loads of useful info in this post!! This is brilliant stuff because it really really helps people who are just starting to prepare for the GMAT and have no real clue about where to start and how to go about doing things.
Hi.. I am in the final phase of my preparation ( 12 days left). Should I buy the MGMAT tests or should I just stick to Kaplan, powerprep and Princeton review exams that I already have? Considering I would be doing about 8-10 tests in the remaining days..
In the final phases of your prep, I would only recommend 2 things: 1. Taking as many GMATprep tests (remember there are two versions, as I've mentioned in my post. and you can re-install the softwares to get fresh questions) 2. Revise/brush up your concepts, and go thru' the questions in OGs
I would advise you not to use any other review tests, simply b'cos they do not mimic the real GMAT. Manhattan GMAT tests do that, but I don't think you should take them up just a few days before the GMAT, as they are usually tougher!
Hi, I got a 760(51,41) but a 4.5 in AWA. Hoping that you are in your apping process or would have researched upon it, can you please tell how my AWA score would affect my application. I am a non-native guy. Thanks
^a 4.5 score in AWA should not make any difference in your apping process. I doubt if any admissions officer will frown at your AWA score. and 4.5 score is not a bad score, it's above average if i'm not mistaken. Also, AWA score is not a tool to test your command over the language and nor should it be perceived as one. so relax on the score and apply.