I am new to this forum but have very much enjoyed reading them over the past few weeks. I recently completed a Princeton Review
course, took the GMAT for the first time, and am unhappy with my result. Back to the drawing board and I am hitting the books once again.
Looking for new material (and tougher material, as I found the actual test MUCH harder than the PR tests), I purchased five Manhattan GMAT
CATs and just completed my first one. I am somewhat baffeled and am looking for some comments on the accuracy of these exams.
I scored a 690 (46 Quant, 38 Verbal). However, I am not sure why. Look at this break down:
19 correct, 18 wrong
27 correct, 14 wrong
How can this be? How accurate are the Manhattan GMAT
CATs? Was my good score (yes, I consider it good and it is my target) simply a result of only dealing with questions in the 700-800 range?
Any feedback would be much appreciated.