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# How much did you improve?

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09 Oct 2003, 07:18
Hi everyone,

I just took my first PowerPrep GMAT test and scored a 550 (Q-31, V-35). This was the first time I've ever even seen the GMAT. My question is how have other people improved from their first practice test to the actual exam. With the score I got, is it realistic to reach for 700+ or is it just a pipe dream? If you can, please post your first practice score, your actual score and what you did to prepare. Thanks in advance to everyone for their help.

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09 Oct 2003, 17:26
Practice and understand your mistakes and learn from them. Just simply doing questions will not help. See your logic in how you approached your correct and incorrect questions to with the explainations.

Also just read the messages on this board, a lot of people have gone into detail about their study plan.
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09 Oct 2003, 22:56
ojorge

well, this site IS about HOW to improve your score but there is no a pre-defined cure. Here, everybody searches for its own answer, so do read and practice a lot.

Of course, it is possible to reach 700+
You'll never find an opposite answer here
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