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Advice Needed - Confused between GMAT prep 1 and 2

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Advice Needed - Confused between GMAT prep 1 and 2 [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2007, 20:21
I gave the GMAT Prep1 last week and got a score of 50 Q and 41 V. I got 6 wrong in Q and 10 wrong in V. I felt kinda prepared to give the GMAT which is in one week. But only yesterday i gave GMAT Prep 2 and my score shows 49 Q and 31 V (Total 660) :cry: . I got 9 wrong in Q and 13 wrong in V. Is there anything wrong in the evaluation between GMAT Prep 1 and 2 ? How can i get 10 wrong and score a 41 in V and yet get 31 for 13 wrong Questions.

Am confident of scoring well in Quant, but kinda concerned as to why my Verbal scores have gone down. I cant reschedule my date and dont know what more to study with only 5 days to go. Any reviews ?? What could help ? :(
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2007, 21:25
I don't know if this helps or is indicative of anything, but my GMATPrep 1 Verbal was 44, and my GMATPrep2 Verbal was 38... I think GMATPrep2 Verbal was a bit harder.

As for how many you get wrong versus the score, you cannot compare like that because it all depends on the DIFFICULTY of the questions you're doing and missing.

If you feel that you're ready, and you've done all the questions you can and understand your mistakes, I would give it a go and not reschedule. What were your other test scores like? The more info you give us, the more we can give you advice to decide.
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 [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2007, 22:03
You can't judge only on the basis of couple of tests. Take few more CATS, preferable Manhattan and see if you are hitting an average score .
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 [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2007, 04:15
ajay, i dont think you should be concerned at all about you score on the gmat prepII. I would see it as an opportunity to see where I missed; you are better off analysing your mistakes constructively.
keep up the spirit!
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