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# 730 (Q47, V44)

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26 Jul 2008, 07:33
Just from the exam. Imagine - was too nervous and didn't answer the last question in quantative!!! stupid. Now guessing - how high could it be... Does anyone know what is the penalty for not answering one question???

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26 Jul 2008, 07:37
I'm not sure. You might ask rhyme. Rhyme did some extensive analysis on the GMATPrep.

Great score with the 730! I took mine the same day as you. How awesome does it feel to be done now? I'm not anxious anymore and I can relax! But not for too long, we have to get started on apps.
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26 Jul 2008, 07:45
Really great? I went out from the testing center and had only one question in my head - should I perhaps have another trial? I feel still nervous and disappointed with math part, it is my strongest as I thought.
Here my results during preparation:
Gmat official 1 - 700 - Q45, V40
Gmat official 2 - 710 - Q49, V38
Manahhattan1 - 730 - Q53, V42
Manahhattan2 - 700 - Q53, V37
Manahhattan3 - 670 - Q53, V31
Gmatscore 1 - 630 - Q44, V31
Kaplan - 660 - Q42, V31
Gmatscore 2 - 620 - Q49, V25

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26 Jul 2008, 08:26
Do you get 53 in quants i thought 51 was the max that one can score
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26 Jul 2008, 08:46
That what Manhattan wrote. Depends on test, I think

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26 Jul 2008, 10:17
Did you find GMAT Quant tougher than mgmat ?
Its a 6 point drop in GMAT fom MGMAT .

thnks,

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28 Jul 2008, 07:45
No, real gmat was not harder. It was just stress. If I only answered the 37th question! I knew the answer, but suddenly saw that my time is over... What a disaster!

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28 Jul 2008, 07:56
I wouldn't worry too much about that last question. One final answer is not likely to adjust your score all that much. It is possible that it could have made your 730 into a 740, but I really doubt that one question would have made that much difference, especially since it was the last one and the CAT had pretty much already made up its mind as to your quantitative abilities.
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28 Jul 2008, 07:59
so you suggest using mgmat for Q material??

i need to improve my Q..i find gmatprep way too easy i mean even when i am tired i scored 49+ but on the real exam 42..

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28 Jul 2008, 08:01
Gmatclub tests are very good for Q! Mgmat is easier, but it helps to become a little bit more sure in your improvement

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28 Jul 2008, 08:03
jallenmorris wrote:
I wouldn't worry too much about that last question. One final answer is not likely to adjust your score all that much. It is possible that it could have made your 730 into a 740, but I really doubt that one question would have made that much difference, especially since it was the last one and the CAT had pretty much already made up its mind as to your quantitative abilities.

ThanX! I begin to understand that my gmat-history is over and I can finally relax

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28 Jul 2008, 09:53
Leonova, sorry to bring this up, but I read somewhere that you get a 3%ile deduction for each unanswered questions. Some sort of punishment for not managing your time. That's why they suggest to guess instead of leaving blank answers.

However, I wouldn't retake if I were you. You already got a solid score

Can you clarify about Quant prep? Is MGMAT easier than the real GMAT? I thought MGMAT was harder, because their problems were more time consuming. Any thought on Kaplan?

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29 Jul 2008, 09:46
asdert wrote:
Leonova, sorry to bring this up, but I read somewhere that you get a 3%ile deduction for each unanswered questions. Some sort of punishment for not managing your time. That's why they suggest to guess instead of leaving blank answers.

However, I wouldn't retake if I were you. You already got a solid score

Can you clarify about Quant prep? Is MGMAT easier than the real GMAT? I thought MGMAT was harder, because their problems were more time consuming. Any thought on Kaplan?

In my experience with GMATPrep in the last Quantitative question if you have already made a selection but the time expired before you could confirm it, the test give you a credit for that by counting that as correct.

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04 Aug 2008, 08:41
asdert wrote:
Leonova, sorry to bring this up, but I read somewhere that you get a 3%ile deduction for each unanswered questions. Some sort of punishment for not managing your time. That's why they suggest to guess instead of leaving blank answers.

However, I wouldn't retake if I were you. You already got a solid score

Can you clarify about Quant prep? Is MGMAT easier than the real GMAT? I thought MGMAT was harder, because their problems were more time consuming. Any thought on Kaplan?

Thanks.
MGMAT is easier than GMATCLUB. For me MGMAT was VERY easy - I made always only 2 mistakes out of 37. Real GMAT was as hard or even harder - I had 3 very tough questions

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