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Score Improvement [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2006, 02:16
Hi guys,

i've done a total of 4 sample tests to date, and my scores seem to flat linem with no observable improvement! Even though I do feel that my knowledge, time and stress management has noticeably improved.

My scores so far:


GmatPrep1: 690 Q46 V38
Kaplan1: 670 Q42 V38
GmatPrep2: 690 Q44 V40
Kaplan2: 680 Q42 V39 ????

The standard deviation form the mean is insignificant!!!

its pretty frustrating, and making me feel as if my capabilities have readched it limits. 3 days to the test, and I'm starting to burn out. But I do feel that I can do better. Just wondering if i can do anything more in the next 3 days ...

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 [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2006, 08:48
Usually before the exam you should start relaxing. You want to have full energy coming into the exam.

But if you still hvae time to study, go back to your error log and review the questions where you made mistakes and make sure you understand the underlying concepts.

Best of luck. Let us know how it goes...
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Oct 2006, 19:09
Your practice scores are good...upper 600s are competitive at most schools. Do look at your errors and try to figure them out, but even if 680-690 is your score, that's still great.
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