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Confused ..Confused..Confused...Help Needed..... [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 07:21
Hey hi guy.....Got pretty confused about this GMAT Scoring....

Here is my problem.....I gave an OFFICIAL GMAT in the August 31 and end up with a low score of 470 due to my verbal so I decided to retake it in December.....

Today I took one of the GMAT prep test after a month prep of verbal and what do I see 430....WHAT ? :?:

Here is the detail of my test result

Quant:(28/60)(21 Correct out of 37)

Verbal: (21/60) (22 Correct out of 41)

Here is my Question is that possible that the guy who got more that 50% of his answer's correct couldn't reach 30 out of 60....

I mean is this even possible........ because I have dedicated last whole september for verbal prep and Am I going to get disapponted with this result........

Well How do the GMAT score us ?....

Can anybody help over here pls.......
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Re: Confused ..Confused..Confused...Help Needed..... [#permalink] New post 27 Sep 2012, 18:13
bkparmar wrote:
Hey hi guy.....Got pretty confused about this GMAT Scoring....

Here is my problem.....I gave an OFFICIAL GMAT in the August 31 and end up with a low score of 470 due to my verbal so I decided to retake it in December.....

Today I took one of the GMAT prep test after a month prep of verbal and what do I see 430....WHAT ? :?:

Here is the detail of my test result

Quant:(28/60)(21 Correct out of 37)

Verbal: (21/60) (22 Correct out of 41)

Here is my Question is that possible that the guy who got more that 50% of his answer's correct couldn't reach 30 out of 60....

I mean is this even possible........ because I have dedicated last whole september for verbal prep and Am I going to get disapponted with this result........

Well How do the GMAT score us ?....

Can anybody help over here pls.......


Hi bkparmar,

As per your GMAT score, I would suggest you to work hard. If you are not satisfied with your GMAT Prep test I would suggest you to download this GMAT Tool http://www.general-ed.com/free-gmat-test-tool. It is a free GMAT Test tool which can help you out in your GMAT Preparation. This GMAT test preparation software is available to gauge your preparation and will exactly tell you where all you need improvement.

It would be highly advisable in your case to seek assistance from professional GMAT consultants for guidance on preparing your verbal and Quant section. Also visit http://www.general-ed.com/Online-GMAT-Preparation to know more about Online GMAT Preparation Services.

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Re: Confused ..Confused..Confused...Help Needed..... [#permalink] New post 28 Sep 2012, 17:16
Hey hi ..Firstly thankyou neha for your reply.....

Secondly ......MY QUESTION Here is...........is it possible that the guy who got more that 50% of his answer's correct in verbal(22 out of 41) couldn't reach 30 out of 60....?

"It would be highly advisable in your case to seek assistance from professional GMAT consultants for guidance on preparing your verbal and Quant section. Also visit http://www.general-ed.com/Online-GMAT-Preparation to know more about Online GMAT Preparation Services."

I have been consulting one of the professional GMAT in my local area and he is help me to get through it and At present I am least concern about the Quant because I know my weakness and I can overcome it in like 1 month preparation but the challenge I am facing is Verbal because I am preparing for like double of last take.......a jump from 16 to 32..

Thankyou Again :)
Re: Confused ..Confused..Confused...Help Needed.....   [#permalink] 28 Sep 2012, 17:16
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