Quant is really tough in MGMAT tests. Use it to improve your stamina and manage your time correctly. If your having timing issues on the quant section on MGMAT, make an intelligent guess at the tougher questions and just move on.
I found myself freaked out after doing the MGMAT quant section yesterday. I think it effected my verbal score as well. I got 630 (Q:47, V:30). I'm half way through my preparation and planning to give the actual GMAT in about 2 months.
And regarding your SC, carefully analyze the OG11
explanations and refer to Manhattan SC
. I'm sure you'll improve.
Okay... GMAT on 20 October (2 weeks from now).
About 2 years ago, Kaplan
was hurting where I was an undergrad, and so I taught the Math section of the GMAT (given previously good MCAT and SAT scores).
Present day, I'm wanting to write the GMAT for myself, and I'm finding myself all over the map with respect to my scores. In order:
Princteon: 600 (Q43/V31)
GMATprep: 690 (Q49/V34)
GMAT paper: 690 (Q48/V38)
Princeton: 630 (Q40/Q39)Kaplan
: 540 (Q31/V28)
But I'm going through the OG11
, and finding that all the data sufficiency questions are really really
easy... MY only sticking point is I can't do better than 60% on SC (even with the MGMAT guide).
Given this, what's your perspective? I'm pretty scared by the wide array of results, meaning I can either rock out or **** the bed on test day...
I'm going to do a MGMAT tomorrow, so we'll see how that goes, but it's just really really
weird to have a 160 point range?