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scoring around 700 in princeton review's mock tests

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scoring around 700 in princeton review's mock tests [#permalink] New post 16 Jul 2012, 08:21
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I have my GMAT test scheduled in a week and in the Princeton Review's mock tests am scoring ~700 (~37-V and 51-Q). Would be great if you can let me know around what score I can expect in the actual GMAT test.

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Re: scoring around 700 in princeton review's mock tests [#permalink] New post 16 Jul 2012, 13:27
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Assuming that one practices under realistic test conditions, then multiple scores of 700 with any practice test should probably be seen as a good sign. With that said, Princeton products are more suitable as a refresher or for those whose target score is around 600. The questions are easier than those found on Manhattan or Kaplan tests, and the scoring algorithm is a bit off.

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Re: scoring around 700 in princeton review's mock tests [#permalink] New post 17 Jul 2012, 19:37
From my experience . I'd say the scoring algorithm of the Princeton review CATs is a bit strange ; in one of the CATs that I took I scored a 46 in quant despite getting just 2 questions wrong ( question number 18 and 31) . Also the questions don't seem to resemble the gmatprep questions ; in SC , I remember quite a few questions were based purely on idioms , which as you know are slowly getting phased out .

In summary , I'd recommend that you stick to the gmatprep tests .
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