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Anybody? I will almost definitely retake, but debating how soon to.
I have at least 3 years left at my job, so there's no real pressure there, but I also know that I'm in a fairly decent spot from prep and could probably benefit from hitting math really hard.
Also, what are the absolute best math materials to study w/? I have OG and Kaplan premiere, but haven't heard much in the way about manhattan math prep so I dont know what other guides to buy for that. How about OG Quantiative review. How would I incorporate flashcards w/ math?
looks like you just had a bad day. i was scoring in the 700-730 range on gmatprep software and scored 640 on my first test. i signed up for a test 1 month later and got the 710 score. i would sign up again and go over concepts and do more and more practice probs
I'm not 100% certain about the 43/40 I suppose it coulda been the other way around maybe 40/43 verbal maybe something else altogether. I'm certain on the 730 breakdown. Anyway. Do I retake in 31 days or wait six months since I have a bunch of time? It looks like I significantly underperformed in quant and slightly underperformed in verbal compared to averages. I have a thread posted in the GMAT area asking about the best math materials to prep for speed, as this was the major issue I did somewhat poor time mgmt 5 questions or so to go w/ about 2.5 mins left.
I'm locked into my job (military) for at least 3 years. I could tell ya more about my background if you think it would better help illustrate my situation and what I should do.
it's a good grade, don't be bored about that. What about investing in some quiz banks or challenges? maybe help. For the moment I am not the best to give you advise, because I did not take the test yet. But is some support is helpful you have mine.