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Ok guys, heres my dilema............ [#permalink] New post 24 Nov 2007, 12:23
I took the GMAT some 3 months ago and got a 580 Q 55 V 65 O 62. In truth I did not study 5 hours for this, I went in with almost the same math I had since high school.

After that I decided to study for real, I´ve spent the last 2-3 months studying for real (50 to a 100 exercises per day).

Nowadays I get an average in the OG of:

Quant: PS: 80% plus right out of every hundred DS 70%

Verbal: 82-88% all the time.


So, should I take it (I´m scheduled to take it next Friday)?????? If I do what kind of grade I should expect????


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Re: Ok guys, heres my dilema............ [#permalink] New post 24 Nov 2007, 15:52
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I took the GMAT some 3 months ago and got a 580 Q 55 V 65 O 62. In truth I did not study 5 hours for this, I went in with almost the same math I had since high school.

After that I decided to study for real, I´ve spent the last 2-3 months studying for real (50 to a 100 exercises per day).

Nowadays I get an average in the OG of:

Quant: PS: 80% plus right out of every hundred DS 70%

Verbal: 82-88% all the time.


So, should I take it (I´m scheduled to take it next Friday)?????? If I do what kind of grade I should expect????


Alejandro


is it a gmat score?
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Nov 2007, 18:52
It's not possible to guess at a GMAT score based on correct/incorrect percentages. The only accurate way is to take the GMATprep practice test.
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 [#permalink] New post 24 Nov 2007, 19:37
if you divide the OG questions into quarters, what is your % hitrate in each quarter? if you're looking for a 700+, in quant, you need ~99% in the first quartile, ~95% in the second, and around ~90% in the third. You'll only see questions as difficult as the last quartile if you're scoring 700+.
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