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Whew! it's finally over! Score: 720 Q 49 V 38

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Whew! it's finally over! Score: 720 Q 49 V 38 [#permalink] New post 29 Mar 2004, 14:39
Took the test yesterday, scored a 720. It is not my best performance, but I'll take it. Math was not as tough I expected it to be. But, I think I screwed up a 'set' question (% take Algebra/% take english..) which was the 4th or 5th in the test. I thought I was hosed.. I faced a standard deviation question on the 12th and a permutation on the 13th. Both were relatively easy compared to the more advanced questions posted on this website. But, again, I'm not sure whether I got the standard deviation answer right. It looked so easy that it threw me off and I spent a lot of time thinking about it. The rest of the questions were of the type found in the OG. I finished the section with 20 seconds to spare.
I thought that I did better on the verbal but ended up getting only 38. I used to score 40-42 on the PP and PR. In the last couple of weeks I spent a lot of time to improve my verbal. I'm disappointed with my performance here..
I started preparing for the GMAT last month. Spent ~ 2 hours every day and 4-5 hours on weekends. Scored 620 on Kap1, 600 on Kap2, 550 on Kap3. 680 on PR1, 720 on PP1 740 on PP2
This forum has helped me a lot. Unfortunately I heard about this forum only last week. Hence could not make much use of all the great tips and help posted here. I thank everyone on this forum for sharing their knowledge and experience. Good luck!
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Mar 2004, 14:49
Weird, I had the exact same score break up (49Q, 38V) but scored 10 points less than you. Not that it matters much but its still strange. Excellent score by the way, congrats!!! :good
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Mar 2004, 14:56
Congratulation Maverick! That is indeed an excellent score! :band

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