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Re: Strategy 720+ [#permalink] New post 10 Aug 2010, 11:57
Although it cannot be increased by last few questions, it can easily be decreased by them :)
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Re: Strategy 720+ [#permalink] New post 11 Aug 2010, 10:18
hi ppl..wel actually i require some help from you guys.i gave my gmat yesterday and scored a mere 640. I was shocked when i saw the score coz this was the lowest score i got including my practise mock tests. Was not at all satisfied with the score and so planning to give it again in a month's time.
The following were the scores which i got in my mock tests:
Manhattan (M1)-660
M2-660
Kaplan-680
M3-660
M4-640
M5-690
Gmat Prep1-690
M6-710
Gmat Prep2-710

Final GMAT: 640

I was expecting a score abv 700 bt was not successful. Well now my aim is to crack the GMAT and get a 750.What should I do?What should be my strategy? Now that I've solved quite a good amount of material-OG,Kaplan 800...how should I go about my preparation now to achieve my aim?Please help..its urgent...i jus have a month's time!
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Re: Strategy 720+ [#permalink] New post 11 Aug 2010, 10:31
shahds wrote:
hi ppl..wel actually i require some help from you guys.i gave my gmat yesterday and scored a mere 640. I was shocked when i saw the score coz this was the lowest score i got including my practise mock tests. Was not at all satisfied with the score and so planning to give it again in a month's time.
The following were the scores which i got in my mock tests:
Manhattan (M1)-660
M2-660
Kaplan-680
M3-660
M4-640
M5-690
Gmat Prep1-690
M6-710
Gmat Prep2-710

Final GMAT: 640

I was expecting a score abv 700 bt was not successful. Well now my aim is to crack the GMAT and get a 750.What should I do?What should be my strategy? Now that I've solved quite a good amount of material-OG,Kaplan 800...how should I go about my preparation now to achieve my aim?Please help..its urgent...i jus have a month's time!



Man,

I do advise you to take 10-15 days-off so that you could have enough time to dive into 1000 RC and squeez all math tasks on GMATclub.

Could you please be so kind to give us a math-verbal split of your result and tell us how difficult you find actual Test's difficulty compared to that of MGMAT?
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Re: Strategy 720+ [#permalink] New post 11 Aug 2010, 10:40
yea sure..il do dat..

MGMAT 1-660 (Q-50,V-32)
M2-660 (47,33)
M3-660 (47,33)
M4-640 (48,31)
M5-690 (51,34)
GMAT PREP1-690 (50,32)
M6-710 (51,36)
GMAT PREP2-710 (51,34)

FINAL GMAT-640 (49,27)

well m very much confident about quant..wil somehow manage to get to 99% by scoring 51..but the main prob is verbal..i donno how i got such a score..
by the way..wads 1000 RC???
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Re: Strategy 720+ [#permalink] New post 11 Aug 2010, 10:53
1000_RC is a collection of GMAT, LSAT, and GRE RC passages. Dive in and do ALL of them and you reading will have improve. Moreover, it'll improve you SC and CR pacing as well simply because you will get the questions more quickly.

Did you encounter any probability or mixture problems yesterday? If yes, how diff were they?
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Re: Strategy 720+ [#permalink] New post 11 Aug 2010, 10:56
Financier wrote:
1000_RC is a collection of GMAT, LSAT, and GRE RC passages. Dive in and do ALL of them and you reading will have improve. Moreover, it'll improve you SC and CR pacing as well simply because you will get the questions more quickly.

Did you encounter any probability or mixture problems yesterday? If yes, how diff were they?


I had no probability or mixture questions..
N is 1000 RC a book..wil i get an ebook for it?
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