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Aug 21 G-Day...2 weeks to go [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2009, 17:52
I took GMATPrep CAT #2 tonight and scored a 610 (41Q, 34V) :? . Am I correct in assuming I should concentrate more on quant over the next 2 weeks or should I devote equal time to both? I am looking to score around 650 on my first attempt. Any advice on how to improve my score would be appreciated.

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Re: Aug 21 G-Day...2 weeks to go [#permalink] New post 07 Aug 2009, 19:12
It would probably be easier to bring your Q up from a 41 to say a 44 or 45 in two weeks than it would to bring your verbal to a 39 or 40. That being said, you can't completely ignore verbal over the next 2 weeks or you might drop to low 30's. So I would probably put an emphasis on quant but don't ignore verbal.
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Re: Aug 21 G-Day...2 weeks to go [#permalink] New post 08 Aug 2009, 04:08
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Usually GMATPrep is within 40 points of the final score (up or down).

How long have you been studyig? Which is easier for you quant or verbal?
Achdee is right - you don't have much time to invest, so focus on the area that is easiest to improve.

You are in the area of 650 - just keep reviewing your error log and taking full length tests to build up your stamina. However if you are looking for a higher score, you may want to reschedule to mid-Sept and save yourself $200
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