I just gave my first GMAT Diagonistic test at the Princeton Review
[I am taking classes there and I ve had only 2 classes till now]
Here was my breakup:
1. Verbal 28....
RC 14 questions; Correct : 9 Wrong : 5
SC 15 questions; Correct : 11 Wrong : 4
CR 12 questions; Correct : 6 Wrong : 6
2. Math 39
Ok, I got aroung 3-4 questions wrong due to carelessness. I analyzed afterwards and I was on the right track conceptually. I even calculated correct answers but marked them wrong on the screen (maybe less practice of giving a test on Computer) , Got trapped in some DS traps also. I know 39 is not a true reflection. So i ll wait probably for my next Test to make any conclusions on my Math Section.
1. Let me know how to improve on CR. I got all the 4 wrong on Weakening the arguments. Also which part should I consider most scoring on Verbal.
2. Is 750 a realistic target. I plan to give my exam in 1st or 2nd week of May.
3. I just dont seem to get probability concepts into my head, any advice on prob questions?
Thanks everybody........... and Best of luck to all of u... I ll keep on sharing my experiences/advices.
You always get time to do things what you want to do.