I need your advice please
I have written the gmat prep mock test multiple times .. so the questions are all repeated
The Manattan tests are all done
I only have Kaplan
tests left I need to know which one of the 2 remaining tests are predictable
I have my test in 2 more weeks so I need to know
my scores are as below
Manhattan range - 650 - 690
Gmat prep - 680 - 700 ( too many repeated questions)Kaplan
1 - 590 only 1 test wrote it for the heck for it - Kaplan
free test on Kaplan
not attempted - how close are these scores to the real test
1) which tests can I count on except gmat prep - because they were repeated
2) what tests should I work on now
Should I take the test or can I count on these scores im aiming for 700 +
Responding to a pm:
I agree with crackHSW here. What good is appearing for tests one after the other without learning from them?
Preparation for an exam involves 2 aspects - learning and testing
You learn and then you test. From the test you realize what it is that you don't know. So you go back to the learning phase. After you are convinced that now you know your stuff, you test again and so on...
GMAT is not a rote learning based test so only testing again and again is useless. (In rote learning based tests, we repeatedly test ourselves on the same thing and hence end up committing them to memory. GMAT affords us no such luxury). You need to dive back deeply into the learning mode to hammer out those concepts.
So analyze all your tests and list out your weaknesses. Work on them properly.
If you are prepared, you will do well in all previously-not-seen tests - Veritas
, MGMAT, Kaplan
, GMAT prep test etc. It will not matter which one you take.
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