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# 640 (47Q,31V)-Not happy

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29 Dec 2003, 14:30
I am not happy about the outcome. I planned to apply to few schools in the second round. Now, I am really not sure what to do.

Here is testing experience.
Quant was more tough than my expectation. I thought Kaplan math is the most difficult math to do. But in the real test i found third question to be real hard. I spend totally ten minutes in figuring out how to do that. That was a fraction and percent based question. Because of this I lost time at the end and I had to guess four questions.

In verbal, first question was sentence correction, second question was cr and from 3rd it was RC for 3 questions. And again 7th to 11 was RC, which was too hard to read. I don't even remember a single word from this RC. I felt happy when that rc questions where over.

Suggestions are welcome.

Thank you
Geethu.

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29 Dec 2003, 15:43
Did you do PP and what is representative of what you got? Whether your score was good enough or not depends on what schools you are aiming for Geethu. As for the question that was tough, you probably spent way too much time on it. If it's too hard, guestimate and move on. Don't ending losing all your time and perhaps not get it right anyways. Was time management an issue for you? The bottom line is to keep practicing under test conditions and time yourself.
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29 Dec 2003, 17:18
As I have done the entire so i didn't take PP. I did take three tests. 650,580 in kaplan and 640 in Princeton review. I wanted to score more than 700. Will it be possible to improve the score from 640 to 700 with in three to four months time ?

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29 Dec 2003, 17:28
It is more than enough to get you from 640 to 700+. I've seen people going from high 500s to 700 on this board. I'm sure it is possible.
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# 640 (47Q,31V)-Not happy

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