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Asses my chances, please [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2010, 03:54
Well, being completely freaked out (d-day is 3 weeks away), I'd like to know where do I stand at present, and what should be done in remaining time.

I've done 14 Math challenges, results are (percentile rankings)

m01 -96%; m02 -93%; m03 -88%; m04 -91%; m05 -92%; m17 -93%; m18 -70%; m19 -85%; m20 -86%; m21- 97%; m22 -78%; m23 -83%; m24 -90%; m25 -98%

In each of these tests I've made 3-5 mistakes .

So what about these scores - do they tell anything? Should I continue to practice math or is it OK, as it stand s now?

Any ideas would be welcome,

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Asses my chances, please [#permalink] New post 05 Mar 2010, 04:27
Hi,

I would say your scores are very good! It seems like you can spend the time you have left to improve other areas.

You can see more info on results correlation in this thread:
result-correlation-between-gmat-and-gmat-club-s-tests-30989.html

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Re: Asses my chances, please   [#permalink] 05 Mar 2010, 04:27
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