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GMAT 2 weeks from today [#permalink] New post 26 Dec 2008, 09:05
Just though I would post a dialogue for my final two weeks of test prep. My most recent CAT scores have been 680 for MGMAT 3 & 4 and 660 for GMAT Prep #2.

I will like MGMAT #5 this Sunday and be really focused for the final two weeks, trying to bump my score by a few points before January 9th.
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Re: GMAT 2 weeks from today [#permalink] New post 27 Dec 2008, 11:57
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Just though I would post a dialogue for my final two weeks of test prep. My most recent CAT scores have been 680 for MGMAT 3 & 4 and 660 for GMAT Prep #2.

I will like MGMAT #5 this Sunday and be really focused for the final two weeks, trying to bump my score by a few points before January 9th.



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Re: GMAT 2 weeks from today [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2009, 14:56
I took MGMAT #5 last week and got a 670 (q48, v33) although I didn't answer the last 6 verbal questions. I think this really took down my score so I'm confident I could have scored higher.

This morning I took the MGMAT #6 and got a 710 (q49, v37). This is the first time I cracked the 700 mark so I'm pretty pleased. I felt like I could have still performed better but I'm guessing/hoping my score will be around this mark.

Within the next few days I'm gonna review heavily then take the GMATPrep again on Sunday.
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Re: GMAT 2 weeks from today [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2009, 22:13
Glad that you are hitting the peak at the right time...stay focused; 700+ is always within reach
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Re: GMAT 2 weeks from today [#permalink] New post 02 Jan 2009, 22:38
If you are aiming for the top MBA program, make sure your V and Q score are well balanced. For example, if you break 700 score level by scoring high Q (i.e. - Q49, Q50 etc) while scoring V in mid to upper 30's, then your score is skewed. Your quant score is pulling your score to 700 level. This isn't well balanced. In many cases, you will hear about 700 GMAT scorers getting dinged or wait-listed while similar 700 GMAT scorers receive admits.

Scoring 700 or more is not enough. It helps if both your Q and V score range is close to one another.
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Re: GMAT 2 weeks from today [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2009, 13:07
I took the GMATPrep #2 for the second time and scored a 710: q49 v38. I did see several repeated questions so I'm a little worried that this score is not a true representation. Regardless, this is the second time I've hit this mark and will be pleased with this score in 5 days.

For verbal, I did excellent on RC, decent on SC, but poor on CR. The majority of my studying for verbal has been the Manhattan SC guide and OG11 practice questions. I never really read any strategy for CR problems, sorta just winged it. Any suggestions??

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