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GMAT Prep. CAT Scores - some interpretation help needed [#permalink] New post 09 Nov 2011, 02:42
Hey there,

I am in the last 3 weeks of my GMAT preperation (will attend the exam on the 2nd of december).
Currently I started to do CATs every 2 days, except the weekend. When I am not doing a CAT I use the time to go through some of the problems left from the OG and work on the questions I got wrong.
Now I seek some support regarding my recent CAT scores (in the right order) - all under timed conditions:

1) Kaplan (CD): 570 (Q39/V30)
2) Kaplan (CD): 510 (Q30/V30)
3) Kaplan (CD): 510 (Q35/V25)

1) MGMAT: 660 (Q44/V36)
2) MGMAT (today): 670 (Q45/V36)

my target Score is about 650.
Actually I am a little bit worried because of the bad results on the 2nd / 3rd Kaplan CAT. I would any help regarding the interpretation of the scores.

Thank you very much.

BR,

jbelli
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Re: GMAT Prep. CAT Scores - some interpretation help needed [#permalink] New post 11 Nov 2011, 15:00
I think Kaplan under represents your score. Your MGMAT score is a little more representative. What is your scores in GMAT Prep? I recommend having a go at the GMAT Club tests too.
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Re: GMAT Prep. CAT Scores - some interpretation help needed [#permalink] New post 22 Nov 2011, 02:09
Hi,

recently I took GMATPrep CAT1 and CAT2:

CAT 1 --> 670
CAT 2 --> 690

I hope the real exem will be in line with these results... something like 650 +
Re: GMAT Prep. CAT Scores - some interpretation help needed   [#permalink] 22 Nov 2011, 02:09
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