There is no way for us to know what "average" is, or if this performance will get you your desired score. Especially since you are only talking about the FDP problems which does not include many other aspects of this test. Also, we don't know how long you spent on each questions. A huge part of the test is doing problems under timed conditions. Plus, without knowing how your verbal score is (half the test) we can not estimate.
If you'd like to know what your test day score might look like, I would recommend taking one of the Manhattan CAT tests, these tests come with your book and are offered on the Manhattan GMAT
Website. And for the most accurate idea of what your test day score will be, I recommend that you take one of the GMATprep tests
on the www.mba.com
website. Make sure to do it with the AWA, and under timed conditions.
Good luck, and let us know how we can help!
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