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Predict My Score... [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2007, 09:04
OK - I'm taking the exam this Friday and am studying all day today and tomorrow.

Here are my practice test score results. These are all MGMAT.

12/8 - 550 (36Q/30V)
12/16 - 590 (39Q/32V)
12/19 - 650 (39Q/39V)

What do you think? I would really like to see my Quant around 42 and my Verbal around the 40 mark... Definetly doable.

Thanks!
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Re: Predict My Score... [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2007, 10:08
McCombs_Hopeful wrote:
OK - I'm taking the exam this Friday and am studying all day today and tomorrow.

Here are my practice test score results. These are all MGMAT.

12/8 - 550 (36Q/30V)
12/16 - 590 (39Q/32V)
12/19 - 650 (39Q/39V)

What do you think? I would really like to see my Quant around 42 and my Verbal around the 40 mark... Definetly doable.

Thanks!

What are your Gmatprep scores? Those are by far the most accurate indicator. Have you taken those yet?
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Re: Predict My Score... [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2007, 10:19
uphillclimb wrote:
McCombs_Hopeful wrote:
OK - I'm taking the exam this Friday and am studying all day today and tomorrow.

Here are my practice test score results. These are all MGMAT.

12/8 - 550 (36Q/30V)
12/16 - 590 (39Q/32V)
12/19 - 650 (39Q/39V)

What do you think? I would really like to see my Quant around 42 and my Verbal around the 40 mark... Definetly doable.

Thanks!

What are your Gmatprep scores? Those are by far the most accurate indicator. Have you taken those yet?


No - They're all MGMAT practice tests. I haven't taken the GMATPrep stuff yet.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2007, 10:31
I'd take a GMATprep practice test. It's pretty accurate.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Dec 2007, 11:56
Having taken both MGMAT and GMATprep tests recently, I will predict your score to be 680-700 range. :-D
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