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Quant gurus.. Please comment [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2007, 08:15
Hi All,

After having spent last 3 months in preparation and solving most of the problems in all the areas of quant, i'm facing a peculiar issue. I dont know if anyone else has also ever been in the same boat.

I consistently hit 44-45 mark in quant and upon analysis i find i messed up few questions under time pressure or whatever you call, and im able to solve at least 4-6 of such questions easily during post mortem.

I have taken around 10 club challenges and 2 MGMAT CATs . I initially thought that, i was doing it under time pressure but im yet to overcome this. I have another 5 weeks to go before the real test and really want to get that elusive 48+ in quant to have any chances of hitting my target of 720 . Please advise, if you have had similar experiences and how you overcame those.

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 [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2007, 12:51
You will only truely know your quant score if you take a gmat prep test. i have taken two MGmat tests and got 42 and 45 and then got 48 on gmat prep.

What percentile have you been averaging on the challenges?
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2007, 18:38
Challenges , im consistently hitting 65-70 percentile and i took two GMATPrep and scored 42 and 45 respectively.
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 [#permalink] New post 11 Jul 2007, 19:47
I would keep doing the challenges. I have learned how to get a lot better through the first 15 so far. My average was probably the same for the first ten. I have been 75 to 85 over the last 5 though. I have heard that the last ten are easier. Good luck. When is your T-day. :twisted:
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