I was pretty much crushed after I'd spent a month studying and scored 590 on both PR practice tests (which happened to be the same score as my initial practice test on Kaplan
, so I was double depressed).
The past couple weekends I took a few GMAT prep & MGMAT tests & scored 690 & 730 on the GMATprep and 680 on the MGMAT, so I'm feeling a little better. I'm hoping Princeton Review
's marketing just pulled a fast one on me and the actual content is not up to par.
A couple of questions:
Is my low PR score indicative of anything or is PR just not a good measure (my Q/V scores were not close - my Q was mid 40 & verbal very low)?
The scoring review for MGMAT is GREAT. Are there any other tests similar in difficulty to MGMAT that give the same style scoring review? It really helps to be able to see at the end (rather than as you go through) which questions you're missing, especially from the "easy" buckets.
"Egotism is the anesthetic that dulls the pain of stupidity." - Frank Leahy