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Where do I stand ? [#permalink] New post 18 Jan 2010, 07:45
Hi All,

i have started my preparation 3 weeks ago and finished studying most of the concepts ( approx 90%).

I have planned the GMAY exam after 8 weeks and today completed first Kaplan offline test (Kaplan guide).


I am targeting 730 in real GMAT and today inthe first practice test i got 600 (Q44, V21) .

In Quant i found that i could solv most of the problem and did silli mistakes in some of the incorrect answers , but in verbal i foung that time was insufficient .

Could any one suggest me how to plan further ? I heard the Kaplan are bit tough and do not reflect actual score .

I am very disappointed . Pls shre your views.

thnaks .
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Re: Where do I stand ? [#permalink] New post 18 Jan 2010, 08:53
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uglynakedguy wrote:
Hi All,

i have started my preparation 3 weeks ago and finished studying most of the concepts ( approx 90%).

I have planned the GMAY exam after 8 weeks and today completed first Kaplan offline test (Kaplan guide).


I am targeting 730 in real GMAT and today inthe first practice test i got 600 (Q44, V21) .

In Quant i found that i could solv most of the problem and did silli mistakes in some of the incorrect answers , but in verbal i foung that time was insufficient .

Could any one suggest me how to plan further ? I heard the Kaplan are bit tough and do not reflect actual score .

I am very disappointed . Pls shre your views.

thnaks .



Yes it doesnt reflect actual score but you have performed well in quant for KAPLAN but do work hard in Verbal.
Check out the verbal section.
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Re: Where do I stand ?   [#permalink] 18 Jan 2010, 08:53
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