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Is 700+ possible? [#permalink] New post 21 Mar 2007, 14:15
So I'm currently a sophomore and I took a GMATPrep sample test and scored a 640 (46Q 31V) with no studying. I plan on taking the real thing in Sept of my senior year. Should I start studying for it now or should I just enroll in a course (Veritas) after my junior year? Also, how accurate is this score?
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Re: Is 700+ possible? [#permalink] New post 21 Mar 2007, 15:52
japped187 wrote:
So I'm currently a sophomore and I took a GMATPrep sample test and scored a 640 (46Q 31V) with no studying. I plan on taking the real thing in Sept of my senior year. Should I start studying for it now or should I just enroll in a course (Veritas) after my junior year? Also, how accurate is this score?


640 is a good score with no prep. GMATPrep is very accurate.

You want your study schedule to be no less than 2 months, but probably no more than 4. I think 10-12 weeks is perfect with disciplined study.

But remember, scores are only good for 5 years so plan accordingly.
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Mar 2007, 20:36
I'm a class of 2007 but I'm graduating in June 2009. I'm currently doing my mandatory military service and when I return to school, I'd be a junior. I'm preparing for GMAT now (taking it in May) although I'll be applying in 2011 for MBA in 2012. :)

Since GMAT is valid for 5 yrs, I could take it now.
Just want to be done with it now, so that I can concentrate on my work, app essays, and letters when I apply. :)


Btw, 640 in GMATPrep with no preparation is a good score! :-D
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 [#permalink] New post 23 Mar 2007, 08:16
Definitely!

I got a 640 also but that was with 1-2 weeks of prep
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