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From 680(Q50, V31; AWA 4.5) to 620(Q48;V27; AWA 4.5) [#permalink]
01 Feb 2010, 14:53
I got 680 in my first attempt. After 3 months of more study (and that includes LSAT materials), I got a 620. It´s true that I had a really bad week (fever, etc.), but I felt confident to get 700+, so I did not cancell the appointment. I finally got a 620 and felt and enormous depression. That was 3 months ago. During this 3 months I have tried not to think very much about the GMAT, and today I feel strong to retake the study and start a new preparation for my third try.
My target is 720+, and have 5 months to go. Today I´m going to plan the study hours, and Im going to try again.
I´ll try to be very active in this forum and looking forward to read your comments and advices to help improve my score.
Re: From 680(Q50, V31; AWA 4.5) to 620(Q48;V27; AWA 4.5) [#permalink]
02 Feb 2010, 06:36
your experience is just like mine 1st attempt - 660 Oct, 06 2nd attempt - 560 Sept, 09 (studied hard for 3 months) I was not able to sleep for nights after this incident. I was constantly getting 670-690 in MGMAT before the test. I don't know what went wrong with me. Kind of blanked out during the test.
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