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With the D-Day just 20 days away..... I am little bit concernced.

I am targetting 700 -720

I took ine of the Princeton CAT today and scored 650 (Q50 & V30). Do you think it is a good indicator and can I reach my taget score? I have been scoring 50-51 in just the quants alone.

I scored 720 and 730 in Power Prep and score 51 in Quants in GMAT Prep.

Any tips to increase my verbal by 8-10 base points. Urgent Help Please
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New post 28 Oct 2007, 16:15
sorry i cant answer your q because i havent finished any other cats other than princetons yet, but just wondering how many did you get right and wrong in the quant section to get a 50.
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Quants:
33 Correct and 4 wrong.

1 mistake in the first 25 questions.

Verbal: 26 correct ; 15 incorrect

6 mistakes in the first 25 questions (4 in the first 15)
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New post 29 Oct 2007, 03:22
appuvar wrote:
With the D-Day just 20 days away..... I am little bit concernced.

I am targetting 700 -720

I took ine of the Princeton CAT today and scored 650 (Q50 & V30). Do you think it is a good indicator and can I reach my taget score? I have been scoring 50-51 in just the quants alone.

I scored 720 and 730 in Power Prep and score 51 in Quants in GMAT Prep.

Any tips to increase my verbal by 8-10 base points. Urgent Help Please


PR for me has been a much more accurate indicator of actual performance than PowerPrep. If I were you, I would get my PR score up to my target before taking the actual test. In fact, that's exactly what I am trying to do.
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New post 29 Oct 2007, 15:12
Thanks G_GMat.

I analysed all the mistakes and started strengthening my weak areas.

What are you doing to improve the score? By How many base points I need to improve inorder to meet my target? Would it be sufficient if my correct answers increase by 5 to 31? Need further improvement?

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