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Thank You Gmat Club! 740 it is!! [#permalink] New post 04 Jul 2004, 00:46
I gave my GMAT on June30 and scored 740 (Q 50; V 40). :lol:

Its great to be a part of this group. Some of the discussions really improved my verbal fundas. I guess I should have done better but I ran out of time and had only two minutes for the last 4 verbal questions and they were all CR- my weak point!!

Quant was cool...a SD problem thrown in and 4 questions on probability/ Permu and combi (topics I dreaded before reading questions posted on discusions in this site)....DS was actually pretty cool....

I prepared for 4 weeks and used Kaplan, Princeton and Powerprep....Powerprep is of course most relevant ...Princeton analysis of wrong answers really helped me improve...Kaplan sample tests seemed sadistic and I failed to cross 670 :evil: in any of their tests.

Do give a small test from Powerprep the day you have your test (even if you have given it before)- it will get your brain warmed up especially if you have an early morning test like I had (at 9am).

So thank you guys, especially Paul (God bless you wherever you are for all your fundas!) and hope to see you next year at Insead! 8-)
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jul 2004, 01:13
Many congrats vijay! I'm glad I was of help to you and you definitely got a rocking score :banana . Good luck in your application and to INSEAD!
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jul 2004, 10:07
hello Vijay



Hearty Congrats! :) that was a great score and guess U were paid back for what U have done...

anywhere U felt that the test was getting harder and therefore determining ur level and also did U have any idea as to how U were performing like did U feel 'that around this particular question I belive I m around the 700 mark or something like ...'
did U have any sense of ur score just before U finished the test...

I m asking U some questions which may seem strange but I guess these are the felings when U are alomst through with the test and I wana know how much ur gut feel matched ets score...

all the best for ur target schol...

have fun :)
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jul 2004, 13:39
Vijay:
Congrats!!! I was wondering if you can share your strategy for individual sections such as SC , Number properties questions etc. Also, it will be great if you can share your scores in the practice tests of princeton, kaplan etc.
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 [#permalink] New post 06 Jul 2004, 09:16
Congratulations!

Continuing with GMATClub's tradition of giving back, could you explain your strategy in detail for each section of the GMAT. how many hours/week , what problems you faced , how did you tackle RC/CR...etc etc... the more detail the better. I am sure everyone here will benefit.

Everyone's strategy is different, but we all can learn a little bit from reading others prep. experience.

As i mentioned earlier, we are adding a new category to the website and intend to publish gmat prep strategies of different members.

thanks
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