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26 Nov 2006, 12:40
HI all,

I am taking the test in a couple days. I have been consistently scoring in the 650-660 range in about 6 practice tests (getting up to 700 in 1 test, however i think that might've been luck). Generally around 42-44 range in quant and 37-40 in verbal.

The problem is that I've practiced a lot already, almost 2 months, and still can't get over that hurdle. Does anybody think there's a possibility of getting 700 on the actual test, and are there any specific last-minute advice you can give me? Considering I don't have much time to study anymore.

I really need a confidence booster right now, any help would be appreciated!
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26 Nov 2006, 19:23
Well, I just took the exam and got a 620. I only took two full CATS, in PR, and got a 590 and 600 on both.
Hope this helps.
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26 Nov 2006, 20:43
I would say that mid-600s is where your score ought to be if you're consistently scoring there. Have you carefully reviewed your error logs and looked for patterns where you can improve? If there isn't a particular area of weakness to focus on, then be content knowing you've done your best and mid-600s is a fair reflection of your score. It's still a respectable score.

Good luck!
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22 Oct 2013, 00:01
Hi I have been scoring consistently in the 650-670 bracket on the gmat prep.My quant scores in all the test has been a 49( which i am not too worried about).My verbal is in the 30-32 range.I seemingly cannot get my verbal score up.What is the best strategy that you think will work at present considering my paper is in a week's time?
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22 Oct 2013, 07:08
Abheek wrote:
Hi I have been scoring consistently in the 650-670 bracket on the gmat prep.My quant scores in all the test has been a 49( which i am not too worried about).My verbal is in the 30-32 range.I seemingly cannot get my verbal score up.What is the best strategy that you think will work at present considering my paper is in a week's time?

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16 Nov 2015, 20:03
Q 44 in the first test
q 36 in the second test
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