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650 GMATPrep, 570MGMAT CAT....Kinda worried

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So I took my first GMATPrep around a year ago just to see where I stood after breezing through the Princeton Review "Cracking the GMAT" book and scored a 640 (Q46, V31?). I took one again recently, like a month ago, after doing half the OG and scored a 650(Q43, V36). I recently enrolled in the Manhattan GMAT Guided Self-Study Plus and took my first MGMAT CAT today and scored an 570(Q37, V31)!!

I felt that the MGMAT CAT was much harder than the GMATPrep CAT. Should I be worried or is the MGMAT CAT supposed to be, on average, much lower than the GMATPrep score?

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MGMAT is definitely harder than the regular as I hear. I have not taken GMATprep test yet, but I am expecting an improvement from my 590 MGMAT score.

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math on MGMAT is def harder

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MGMAT quant is crazy, i dont know how someone can do the test in 75 min, I had to stop the timer every now and then to get a 47 the other day. The questions are so wordy and intricate too.

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New post 16 Mar 2008, 17:34
yeah, i took the MGMAT and the highest i got was a 590, and took the GMAT Prep yesterday and got a 630. MGMAT is much harder, not representative of the real exam.

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