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MGMAT CAT exams [#permalink] New post 11 Mar 2014, 18:47
Hi everyone,

I have taken 6 CAT exams with MGMAT, and although my verbal has gone up ( from a 29 to around a 35), my quantitative has gone down. I started with a 42 on my first CAT and got a 38 on my most recent exam. At the same time both sections have gotten considerably harder and i am not sure what to make of my most recent score. I have heard that the MGMAT exams are harder than the real exam and therefore you should add 30-40 points to your real score. Any advice on how to study math and clarification on MGMAT exams would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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Re: MGMAT CAT exams [#permalink] New post 12 Mar 2014, 22:16
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Hi everyone,

I have taken 6 CAT exams with MGMAT, and although my verbal has gone up ( from a 29 to around a 35), my quantitative has gone down. I started with a 42 on my first CAT and got a 38 on my most recent exam. At the same time both sections have gotten considerably harder and i am not sure what to make of my most recent score. I have heard that the MGMAT exams are harder than the real exam and therefore you should add 30-40 points to your real score. Any advice on how to study math and clarification on MGMAT exams would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!



A few points up and down from one test to another is nothing to be worried about. Your score in the same test could vary depending on a lot of factors.
Instead what you should focus on are the weaknesses these tests reveal. You should revisit the topics in which you make mistakes. You should focus on your basics and try to improve them. Only with consistent effort will you see improvement.
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