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# 460 GMAT Prep Test

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15 Dec 2013, 16:19
Hello everyone,

A few days ago I took my first GMAT prep test. I had been studying a few weeks and figured I would score near average. WOW, I was completely wrong! A 460 on my first practice exam with Q29 V25 IR3.

Obviously there is much work to do. I plan on submitting my application in round 1 next year. I hope to turn this post into progressive GMAT journal and hopefully serve as one of inspiration for all those who are also struggling with the exam. The following list includes steps that have been taken in order to improve my GMAT score .

1. Signed up for a Statistics course at my university
2. Ordered the complete set of "Beat the GMAT"
3. Joined a GMAT forum
4. Designed a study routine.

I will update this post routinely throughout my GMAT journey. If anyone has advice, it would be greatly appreciated. Good luck to all and happy holidays!

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Joined: 25 Nov 2013
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Location: India
Concentration: Finance, General Management
GMAT 1: 540 Q50 V15
GMAT 2: 640 Q50 V27
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15 Dec 2013, 22:11
I would suggest you to do all the official guides such as OG 13, Verbal Review 2nd Edition, Quant Review 2nd Edition and GMAT Prep at least 1 or 2 times to get a hold of what actually comes in the GMAT exam.

In short, focus more on the official material than on some other source.

Thanks.
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17 Dec 2013, 08:06
The great news is that you already have a benchmark from where to measure. Plus, you have plenty of time in which to improve your score to where you want it!

Now you can start to explore your prep options and figure out what works best for you. The Economist GMAT Tutor offers a free 7-day trial which includes a 1:1 strategy session with a tutor. The tutor will be able to help you lay out a solid study plan for the next few months. Our tutors have helped thousands of students, so they know what works and what doesn't. The strategy session is free, so you have little to lose!

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Elizabeth
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