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GMAT 1: 690 Q48 V36
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Realistic expectations for GMAT score [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2012, 02:29
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Hi guys,

I have made 3 simulation tests, scoring as follows:

GMAT Preptest 1 OLD (no IR, no AWA): 750 ( Q49; V42 )
GMAT Preptest 1 NEW (complete): 720 ( Q49; V40 )
GMAT Preptest 2 NEW (complete): 730 ( Q50; V39 )

I also scored Q51 (30/37) on the Quantitative Online GMATClub free test.

Though I know that there is a GMAT score calculator on this website, and that the SD of the offical score is high due to numerous factors that cannot be taken into account, could you please tell me what do you think is the score I should expect to receive in my official exam (24th Sept 2012)?

Thank you very much indeed.

Federico :)
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Re: Realistic expectations for GMAT score [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2012, 04:18
JimStratusPrep wrote:
Your scores would suggest 690-750, but typically people fall on the lower end of their range because of test anxiety. Try not to think about this in too much detail right now as it will not affect your outcome. Just keep drilling away at the fundamentals.


Thank you! I was thinking the same and I am pleased that you have just confirmed it.
As regards the test anxiety, I think I am quite lucky, since I've never felt anxious when taking exams. Therefore, I hope to score on the upper end of the range! I aim at 700+.

Thanks again!
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Re: Realistic expectations for GMAT score   [#permalink] 21 Sep 2012, 04:18
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