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My GMAT is scheduled for tomorrow ... [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2011, 06:22
Hi,

My GMAT test is scheduled for tomorrow. I have butterflies in my tummy as my preparation has been inconsistent. I am trying to ascertain what score should i expect tomorrow. Here are the scores of my last few practice GMAT tests. Based upon these scores, can the experts tell me what should i expect tomorrow ?

1) Princeton Review Test1 (06/09/2011) - 500 (verbal - 25, maths - 35) [couldn't complete both sections, pacing problems]
2) Kaplan Test (01/10/2011) - 680 (verbal% - 21/41 correct, maths% - 25/37 correct) [couldn't complete both sections, pacing problems, last 10-12 questions in both sections were random guesses]
3) Princeton Review Test2 (01/11/2011) - 600 (verbal - 29, maths - 44)
4) Princeton Review Test3 (09/11/2011) - 600 (verbal - 26, maths- 47)
5) Kaplan Retake (11/11/2011, same test as before but this time i actually managed to complete both sections) - 690 (verbal% - 16/41 correct, maths% - 32/37 correct)
So my average Test Score from this data is - 614

Clearly, there is a lot of difference in the way the score is being calculated on both the tests, i.e- Princeton Review Vs. Kaplan. Also, even though my maths score has improved over these tries, my verbal score has been falling everytime i give a test. After the last attempt at these practice tests, I am really confused as to what i should expect tom. Please advise.

13 hours to go ....
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Re: My GMAT is scheduled for tomorrow ... [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2011, 08:14
You cannot do much now. Just relax. Dont worry about the exam. You will perform better if you relax. Good luck!



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Hi,

My GMAT test is scheduled for tomorrow. I have butterflies in my tummy as my preparation has been inconsistent. I am trying to ascertain what score should i expect tomorrow. Here are the scores of my last few practice GMAT tests. Based upon these scores, can the experts tell me what should i expect tomorrow ?

1) Princeton Review Test1 (06/09/2011) - 500 (verbal - 25, maths - 35) [couldn't complete both sections, pacing problems]
2) Kaplan Test (01/10/2011) - 680 (verbal% - 21/41 correct, maths% - 25/37 correct) [couldn't complete both sections, pacing problems, last 10-12 questions in both sections were random guesses]
3) Princeton Review Test2 (01/11/2011) - 600 (verbal - 29, maths - 44)
4) Princeton Review Test3 (09/11/2011) - 600 (verbal - 26, maths- 47)
5) Kaplan Retake (11/11/2011, same test as before but this time i actually managed to complete both sections) - 690 (verbal% - 16/41 correct, maths% - 32/37 correct)
So my average Test Score from this data is - 614

Clearly, there is a lot of difference in the way the score is being calculated on both the tests, i.e- Princeton Review Vs. Kaplan. Also, even though my maths score has improved over these tries, my verbal score has been falling everytime i give a test. After the last attempt at these practice tests, I am really confused as to what i should expect tom. Please advise.

13 hours to go ....
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Re: My GMAT is scheduled for tomorrow ... [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2011, 08:29
Good luck, buddy. Yes, you can!
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Re: My GMAT is scheduled for tomorrow ... [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2011, 10:10
I agree that you can't really do anything at this point other than relax. You won't get any incremental benefit by cramming at this point. You will maximize your score potential if you are well rested and as relaxed as possible.
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Re: My GMAT is scheduled for tomorrow ... [#permalink] New post 14 Nov 2011, 12:50
take the day off and relax
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Re: My GMAT is scheduled for tomorrow ... [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 09:07
Good luck!
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