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Re: All January GMAT Test Takers [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2012, 20:22
todd1200 wrote:
Hey guys. I took the GMAT today and ended up with a 710 (Q42 V46). I thought I did better than that on the Quant, but I'm generally happy with the result. Did any of you guys take part in the voluntary Integrated Reasoning research at the end of the exam? We're supposed to get something back for that right? I read that last time they would refund something like $20 of your test fee, and possibly the whole $250. Anyone know what the deal is?

I would like to know the length of RC and the complexity of the same.How was it.?I have got my gmat on 28
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Re: All January GMAT Test Takers [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2012, 20:24
SyedSan wrote:
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My test was not good today; I dropped dead to 700(51Q, 34V). I'll retake....I've been thinking a lot on what I did wrong and I think having coffee before the verbal session was not a good practice that I followed throughout my preparation but couldn't follow today.

Hey congrats on your score..I have my gmat on 28.I would like to know the complexity and the length of the RC section how was it
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Re: All January GMAT Test Takers [#permalink] New post 22 Jan 2012, 09:36
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I would like to know the length of RC and the complexity of the same.How was it.?I have got my gmat on 28


I found the verbal section as a whole to be pretty comparable to the GMAT Prep software and easier (more straightforward) than the MGMAT CATs. Some passages were pretty long, but not overly complex. Personally, some of the most time consuming RC passages I've come across are short but very dense -- a lot of ideas packed into a small space. I'm a native English speaker though and I read a lot in my free time, so I didn't follow any kind of strategy. My hat's off to everyone who takes the test as a non-native speaker -- I can't imagine taking the test in another language. Best of luck on the 28th!
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Re: All January GMAT Test Takers [#permalink] New post 23 Jan 2012, 04:28
todd1200 wrote:
ruturajp wrote:
I would like to know the length of RC and the complexity of the same.How was it.?I have got my gmat on 28


I found the verbal section as a whole to be pretty comparable to the GMAT Prep software and easier (more straightforward) than the MGMAT CATs. Some passages were pretty long, but not overly complex. Personally, some of the most time consuming RC passages I've come across are short but very dense -- a lot of ideas packed into a small space. I'm a native English speaker though and I read a lot in my free time, so I didn't follow any kind of strategy. My hat's off to everyone who takes the test as a non-native speaker -- I can't imagine taking the test in another language. Best of luck on the 28th!

Hey Thanks !! Being a native speaker verbal must be a piece of cake for u:P:D
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