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Progress! [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2012, 13:52
Hey guys! Just want to say it feels freakin amazing to see progress. I started out with a diagnostic test on mgmat about january and got a 530, 28 quant 35 verbal. Took another one a month ago and got 640, 43 quant 35 verbal took quant untimed and verbal timed- quant just too hard. Just took another test today, 670! 47!!!! Quant 35 verbal. I gave myself extra 15 min on quant. I know everyone will see its not my true score but the quant is too hard and regardless, at least I know content wise im at a 47! I did look back at the test and I guessed too well :) got really lucky. Feels awesome- aiming for a 700 in a few weeks. I'm going to continue pounding quant and have to start going at SC, my big and main verbal weakness. Thanks for support guys!
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Re: Progress! [#permalink] New post 22 Mar 2012, 19:26
Congrats on the progress. Make sure to study the answers in quant, both the ones you got right and the ones you got wrong. You may be able to find time saving paths that will allow you to score a 47-49 on the real deal :)
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Re: Progress! [#permalink] New post 24 Mar 2012, 07:57
Great to hear! Keep it up. You're on the right track.
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