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I need some perspective if anyone has a moment to respond.

In the last 9 days I have taken 4 tests:
Kaplan CAT2(CD) - score 540
GMAT Prep 1 - score 700
Kaplan CAT3(CD) - score 560
Kaplan CAT4(online) - score 610

I have the 2011 Kaplan Premier version. Will anyone advise on how I'm actually doing? Is the GMAT score calculator accurate? I take the real GMAT in 10 days. If I go by the calculator a score of 700 is within my reach. I have the GMAT Prep test 2 left as well as Kaplan CAT 5 and 6. Should I purchase the MGMAT tests? I feel all over the board with my scores and very unsure that I will even make a 600 at this point. Thanks in advance for any advice.
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Re: Test Scores for Kaplan vs GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 31 Oct 2011, 08:31
Hi Capo,

I think you should purchase the MGMAT.

I have seen huge variations in my test scores for GPREP "-40 points" over KAPLAN.
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Re: Test Scores for Kaplan vs GMAT Prep [#permalink] New post 01 Nov 2011, 13:07
cscapozzi wrote:
I need some perspective if anyone has a moment to respond.

In the last 9 days I have taken 4 tests:
Kaplan CAT2(CD) - score 540
GMAT Prep 1 - score 700
Kaplan CAT3(CD) - score 560
Kaplan CAT4(online) - score 610

I have the 2011 Kaplan Premier version. Will anyone advise on how I'm actually doing? Is the GMAT score calculator accurate? I take the real GMAT in 10 days. If I go by the calculator a score of 700 is within my reach. I have the GMAT Prep test 2 left as well as Kaplan CAT 5 and 6. Should I purchase the MGMAT tests? I feel all over the board with my scores and very unsure that I will even make a 600 at this point. Thanks in advance for any advice.


GMATPrep is the best indicator. If your score is about 700, the same score +- 20 points you receive on the real exam. My MGMAT tests average was about 650 before my first exam. The real score on the exam was 530.
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Re: I need some perspective if anyone has a moment to respond. [#permalink] New post 06 Mar 2014, 12:43
Get Manhattan guides - and give yourself another month - Id say little over a month.
Go through these Manhattan guides - each one of them - twice at least. Then fine tune your test taking skills - take as many tests as you can and then save the GMAT Tests from MBA.COM right till the end.

As of now you may as well end up at 680 or less... or who knows maybe more.

But with the Manhattan guides etc etc -- you could do a lot higher.

I took it twice and got a 690 both the times - in my case it all worked out but having a higher score would have made me feel better.
Re: I need some perspective if anyone has a moment to respond.   [#permalink] 06 Mar 2014, 12:43
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