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Help needed badly [#permalink] New post 08 May 2008, 23:38
Hi All,

I have my GMAT test on 28 th may. I just took a couple of CAT's this week and my scores were
GmatPrep1 (Q42,V28) -580
MGMAT1 (Q42,V26) -570

The Problems i am facing are

In Verbal
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I am able to attend only 32-33 q on a average.I blindly guess the last 8-9 q. I usually skip(ie blindly guess)the Last RC as feel i stand a better chance to score by attending the CR's and SC's rather than RC.

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I am scoring 42 constantly which is mainly due to the limited preparation(I have completed OG though) .I want my Quant score to be in the 47-48 range.

I would like my verbal score to be in 33-35 range.Please suggest how to work towards this. Also in Quants i would like to know which material to work upon in order to improve my score to 48. I am targetting at atleast a 650 in my actual GMAT (Hope it is realistic :( ).Suggestions are needed on how i should i go about acheiving this in the next 20 days
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Re: Help needed badly [#permalink] New post 09 May 2008, 09:12
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Re: Help needed badly [#permalink] New post 15 May 2008, 03:24
review your error log and go through the OG guide again.

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Re: Help needed badly [#permalink] New post 15 May 2008, 05:21
I can't stress how important it is to be able to finish the test. I'd be suprised if you could get much higher of a math score blindly guessing on the last 10. You must get faster when it comes to math. Same goes with verbal you just need some help pacing, it is going to be hard to significantly move your verbal score up if you simply through out one of the RCs.

Practice, Practice, Practice, you need to be doing CATs and have confidence on test day that you can finish all the questions in both sections.
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