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how to judge myself that whether i am ready for GMAT ?

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how to judge myself that whether i am ready for GMAT ? [#permalink] New post 16 Jun 2013, 07:37
hi experts and friends,

i have already taken GMAT and i am victim of verbal.

My score was 670(50/29) although i scored a mere 29 in verbal but i know that plenty of guesses worked for me that day because in my verbal section every other question i was guessing and was expecting below 25. I dont know whether it was anxiety or i was unable to tackle the new question which i faced. ( i had been scoring average around 34 in my mocks: GMAT PREP/MANHATTAN/ SCORE 800 before my GMAT exam).
Last GMAT i took on 24 march ..and since then i have been working hard on my verbal. right now i am planning to attempt again but i am feeling the same fear that i might not do well if i face new question especially CRs and RCs.
also i have already exhausted all my mocks so whatever score i am getting its inflated as i am facing the repeated question and thats the reason i am losing my confidence.
previous week i took 5 mocks :
score 800 verbal score : 37 / 41 / 42
manhattan score : verbal : 37.
GMAT PREP 1: verbal: 41
please suggest in order to judge myself that whether i am ready or not which mock should i go for.
experts advice me how to go ahead now.
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how to judge myself that whether i am ready for GMAT ?   [#permalink] 16 Jun 2013, 07:37
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