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30 Aug 2004, 04:03
Hi,
I am really confused, I am not able to get in to 700's.
here are my practice test scores

PP1 670

Kaplan 1 570
Kaplan 2 560

Princeton 690

Rea 690
Rea 670

Bid CD ( we get it in india ) 1 - 620
2-620
3-570

my quant is quite strong, but thats not the case with verbal.
I keep making mistakes. Please suggest what shld i do ?
shld i reschedule the test ?>exam is in 10 days
worried Jim
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30 Aug 2004, 04:12
Your practice scores look pretty good, actually. The only anomaly is the Kaplan scores, and they're usually about 100 points below what you'll really score, so you should hit the upper 600s on the real thing if you continue prepping steadily.

Don't get hung up on a 700+ score. It's a magic number to applicants but not to the schools. A 690 is just as competitive as a 700.

Are you maintaining an error log of your mistakes on verbal? Make sure you understand what types of mistakes you're making, so you can correct them. I would also suggest using the verbal strategies in the PR book - I found them to be more helpful than any other verbal strategies out there. You can save a lot of time with process of elimination and the other techniques, and will likely make fewer mistakes because you won't be rushing.

Good luck, hope this helps.
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30 Aug 2004, 07:20
thanks man
I will try to check what errors I usually make.
Do u knw any site for parrellisms ?
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