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# Done with it! Finally! 720 96%(Q47 V42)

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29 Oct 2005, 12:04
GSR,

Thanks! I just completed the GMATPrep and I found the math to be challenging. Well... not challenging but tricky. I hope the real test is not at the level of the GMATPrep. =(

In addition, I found the SCs in the GMATPrep to be a little more difficult.

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29 Oct 2005, 19:20
Great Score...gsr, congrats!!
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29 Oct 2005, 20:15
gsr> buddy, it's great to see you around again!!! ...and congrats on your promotion to moderator position in forum!!!
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03 Nov 2005, 01:55
as always i wake up a little late

congrats to you, for your score but also for the fact that now you can definitely forget the Gmat Even if sometimes i feel it's a little game and a little challenge to find the OA

Anyway, I was definitely not surprised that you got 700+, your math skills are awesome, i can not believe you didnt get 50 or 51, seriously.

I wish you the best for your application and I think that on behalf of the other Gmatclub members I can thank you personally for your involvement in this forum
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03 Nov 2005, 18:37
Antmavel wrote:
as always i wake up a little late

congrats to you, for your score but also for the fact that now you can definitely forget the Gmat Even if sometimes i feel it's a little game and a little challenge to find the OA

Anyway, I was definitely not surprised that you got 700+, your math skills are awesome, i can not believe you didnt get 50 or 51, seriously.

I wish you the best for your application and I think that on behalf of the other Gmatclub members I can thank you personally for your involvement in this forum

Thanks, Antmavel!!
Feels great to know that I am done with the exam! No more studying for GMAT!
Thanks to all of you! In the end, it made the difference. Because, I didn't do anything special btw last attempt and this one - i was just hooked on to this forum.
How about you? Hope all ends well for you too! When is your G-Day?
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03 Nov 2005, 21:58
gsr wrote:
Antmavel wrote:
as always i wake up a little late

congrats to you, for your score but also for the fact that now you can definitely forget the Gmat Even if sometimes i feel it's a little game and a little challenge to find the OA

Anyway, I was definitely not surprised that you got 700+, your math skills are awesome, i can not believe you didnt get 50 or 51, seriously.

I wish you the best for your application and I think that on behalf of the other Gmatclub members I can thank you personally for your involvement in this forum

Thanks, Antmavel!!
Feels great to know that I am done with the exam! No more studying for GMAT!
Thanks to all of you! In the end, it made the difference. Because, I didn't do anything special btw last attempt and this one - i was just hooked on to this forum.
How about you? Hope all ends well for you too! When is your G-Day?

G day is at the end of this month. Wait and see
I definitely need to raise that Verbal score (V28 last time) but it's really not easy, however thanks toi all the Gmatclub members (especially gmatt73 and Nakib77) I have plenty of verbal problems to solve in this forum
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03 Dec 2005, 19:46
Congratulations on your score! I had a similar experience in that I took the test once, wasn't satisfied, retook the test after significant additional study, did not think at the end of the test that I had necessarily improved my score, and was suprised to learn I had improved my overall score markedly (680 to 740). Interestingly, like you, my quant score was almost the same the second time I took the test (47 vs 48), but my verbal score increased dramatically (35 to 44). I worked hard on my verbal skills in preparation for the second taking, but worked harder on quantitative with little noticeable improvement. I'm not sure what to make of this.
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18 Dec 2005, 12:11
HEY GSR ,
EXCELLENT IMPROVEMENT!
GOOD SCORE.
CONGRATULATIONS .
ALL THE BEST.
WOW!!   [#permalink] 18 Dec 2005, 12:11

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