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600 to 770 gmat-debrief-770-q50-v45. Attention deficiency ESR attached

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New post 01 Nov 2017, 23:37
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Hi shekhar_2017,

Congratulations on your score.

I could relate many things in you. I have just begun my preparations and will hopefully get a good score. Your debrief has really helped and has given me a lot of confidence. All the best for your other phases.

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I am glad it was helpful
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What was the number of mistakes you did in quant and verbal?


in verbal, the first section has 8 questions counted towards the score.
the second has 7, third has 7, fourth has 8.

so according to his ESR, he made a total of 3 mistakes in Verbal.

Similarly quant has 7,7,7,7 in its sections respectively.

so according to his ESR, he made a total of 3 mistakes in Quant as well.

Hope that helps.
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eimsav wrote:
What was the number of mistakes you did in quant and verbal?


in verbal, the first section has 8 questions counted towards the score.
the second has 7, third has 7, fourth has 8.

so according to his ESR, he made a total of 3 mistakes in Verbal.

Similarly quant has 7,7,7,7 in its sections respectively.

so according to his ESR, he made a total of 3 mistakes in Quant as well.

Hope that helps.


bb DIII, Any idea why the average difficulty chart shows points for incorrect in the 3rd and 4th quartiles whereas the time pie charts indicate no incorrect questions in the 3rd and 4th quartile.
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DIII wrote:
eimsav wrote:
What was the number of mistakes you did in quant and verbal?


in verbal, the first section has 8 questions counted towards the score.
the second has 7, third has 7, fourth has 8.

so according to his ESR, he made a total of 3 mistakes in Verbal.

Similarly quant has 7,7,7,7 in its sections respectively.

so according to his ESR, he made a total of 3 mistakes in Quant as well.

Hope that helps.


bb DIII, Any idea why the average difficulty chart shows points for incorrect in the 3rd and 4th quartiles whereas the time pie charts indicate no incorrect questions in the 3rd and 4th quartile.


Actually, he made a mistake in the 4th quartile as evident from the percent correct sections of the ESR. Also, the in the ESR if you make no mistake then it falls down to the middle, that's why there is a node in the 3rd quartile as well, in some ESRs(even mine) I think there is no node if there is no incorrect answer. Maybe they updated the ESR.
The weird thing here is that he made a mistake in the 4th quartile but it is not evident in the pie charts.
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Actually, he made a mistake in the 4th quartile as evident from the percent correct sections of the ESR. Also, the in the ESR if you make no mistake then it falls down to the middle, that's why there is a node in the 3rd quartile as well, in some ESRs(even mine) I think there is no node if there is no incorrect answer. Maybe they updated the ESR.
The weird thing here is that he made a mistake in the 4th quartile but it is not evident in the pie charts.


Ya, i dont understand why its like that in some ESR's and different in others. Logically, it makes sense to leave the node blank and no sense to mark it randomly at medium. and yeah the mistakes no being evident in the pie chart is what i am confused about.
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Congrats.Thanks for sharing your story. It is really motivating I am suffering from ADD.Could you just elaborate how you did manage your attention deficiency?
I assume it had been very challenging to prepare for GMAT when you are suffering from attention deficiency which I am facing now.I am planning to give GMAT in the coming June. Any help would be much appreciated.Thank you.
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Congrats.Thanks for sharing your story. It is really motivating I am suffering from ADD.Could you just elaborate how you did manage your attention deficiency?
I assume it had been very challenging to prepare for GMAT when you are suffering from attention deficiency which I am facing now.I am planning to give GMAT in the coming June. Any help would be much appreciated.Thank you.



I think it is a mix of technique , physical fitness, and mental fitness. I will suggest having weekly quantifiable targets that really helped me focus on my progress and learn from mistakes.
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sijoxavier wrote:
Congrats.Thanks for sharing your story. It is really motivating I am suffering from ADD.Could you just elaborate how you did manage your attention deficiency?
I assume it had been very challenging to prepare for GMAT when you are suffering from attention deficiency which I am facing now.I am planning to give GMAT in the coming June. Any help would be much appreciated.Thank you.



I think it is a mix of technique , physical fitness, and mental fitness. I will suggest having weekly quantifiable targets that really helped me focus on my progress and learn from mistakes.




shekhar_2017,

What kind of quantifiable targets you mean?
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I am planning to give GMAT this august .I just started with the preperation can you please help me or give me your daily study timetable.
That would really help.
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I am planning to give GMAT this august .I just started with the preperation can you please help me or give me your daily study timetable.
That would really help.



Hey Nitesh,

I didnt have a time table but I had weekly targets of x number of questions with y% accuracy.
Everything else was built to achieve those.
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Actually, he made a mistake in the 4th quartile as evident from the percent correct sections of the ESR. Also, the in the ESR if you make no mistake then it falls down to the middle, that's why there is a node in the 3rd quartile as well, in some ESRs(even mine) I think there is no node if there is no incorrect answer. Maybe they updated the ESR.
The weird thing here is that he made a mistake in the 4th quartile but it is not evident in the pie charts.


Ya, i dont understand why its like that in some ESR's and different in others. Logically, it makes sense to leave the node blank and no sense to mark it randomly at medium. and yeah the mistakes no being evident in the pie chart is what i am confused about.


It sounds like the GMAC is still experimenting quite a bit, so it comes as little surprise that their ESR's are buggy. That said, I personally cannot think of a better way to draw the pink line for a quarter that does not have any wrong answers; a blank node in the middle of a line would make the visual presentation confusing. If you think of any, let me know.
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New post 22 May 2018, 01:13
Hi Shekhar!
I sent you a private message already and very look forward to talking to you more!
I really enjoy Crashcourse but I do think it is of much help for me when I took the TOEFL. It helps me to enhance my listening and writing skills very much due to the various terms and knowledge it provides.
Btw, I confirm with you when reading the GMAT passage in a loosely controlled way, I score better than going through with the strategy of taking note and making outline or something. As I really do enjoy reading and try to understand the passage with very fascinating subject, I feel more comfortable making answer choice.
However, I am trying to identify which kind of questions I am getting at and then look for keywords to guide myself through the thinking process.
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Great yaar Shekhar Congrats!!

I have trouble mostly in RC. Let me know how did u improve your RC skils.

Also can you tell which is the best practice material for verbal so that I dont waste time on useless stuff.
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Great yaar Shekhar Congrats!!

I have trouble mostly in RC. Let me know how did u improve your RC skils.

Also can you tell which is the best practice material for verbal so that I dont waste time on useless stuff.


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shekhar_2017 John Green ? seriously ??? ....John Green! :|
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