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GMAT 1: 670 Q41 V41
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29 Jun 2018, 11:47
I've been studying for this on and off for a while but been seriously at it for about 2 months now. I am new to this forum so I'm hoping this is the right place to post. I have been using Magoosh to study but using the practice tests on Manhattan and GMATprep. Here are my scores:

GMATPrep1: 600
MGMAT1: 600
MGMAT2: 650
MGMAT3: 640
MGMAT4: 600
GMATPrep2: 690

My goal would be higher than 650.

A couple questions - 1. Is the GMAT prep exam the best gauge of where I am at? The Manhattan tests seemed more difficult, and I am obviously happy with the highest score.

2. I realized after the fact that the second GMATprep exam was the old format with more questions. Could this be the reason for the spike? Am I somehow better at the longer test?

3. Finally, with 3 days left to go, what does everyone suggest I do? Should I take one more CAT exam?

Any help or additional guidance is appreciated.
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29 Jun 2018, 20:48
Go ahead and write your test. Don't think too much.You are not that far off your target score...
You don't have much time to implement new strategies.. Seek for one if you don't achieve your desired goal. Good Luck!
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29 Jun 2018, 22:13
timfur31 wrote:
I've been studying for this on and off for a while but been seriously at it for about 2 months now. I am new to this forum so I'm hoping this is the right place to post. I have been using Magoosh to study but using the practice tests on Manhattan and GMATprep. Here are my scores:

GMATPrep1: 600
MGMAT1: 600
MGMAT2: 650
MGMAT3: 640
MGMAT4: 600
GMATPrep2: 690

My goal would be higher than 650.

A couple questions - 1. Is the GMAT prep exam the best gauge of where I am at? The Manhattan tests seemed more difficult, and I am obviously happy with the highest score.

2. I realized after the fact that the second GMATprep exam was the old format with more questions. Could this be the reason for the spike? Am I somehow better at the longer test?

3. Finally, with 3 days left to go, what does everyone suggest I do? Should I take one more CAT exam?

Any help or additional guidance is appreciated.

timfur31

don't take any more CATs, review your errors
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04 Jul 2018, 17:52
Hi timfur31,

Glad you reached out and happy to help.

To answer your first questions, the GMATPrep exams are a great gauge to determine your current GMAT score. Since you were able to score a 690 on the latest GMATPrep exam (despite taking the longer test), I think you are capable of achieving your 650+ score goal.

With that said, I would not do a ton in the next few days. Keep your studying light. Review flash cards/notes from past topics to ensure knowledge has not slipped through the cracks. I also would not try to cram or learn any new material. At this point, piling on new topics would probably hurt more than it would help.

I wrote an article that you may find helpful that has some more advice regarding how to treat the final week leading up to your GMAT as well as some tips for test day.

Let’s me know how things end up, and please reach out with any further questions.

Good luck!
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